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on Neumann Homes 



By JULIE MURPHY 

Staff Reporter 



After a lengthy public hearing, 
the combined planning and zoning 
board made no decision about 
whether or not it should recommend 
the Neumann Homes proposal. The 
board of directors of the Village of 
Antioch will have to wait until after 
the special meeting on Oct. 25 of the 
combined planning and zoning 
meeting to hear the decision. 

As part of its presentation, 
Neumann showed an ill received 
five-minute promotional video that 
if anything served to strength oppo- 
nents' oppositions to the plan and 
the densities being sought. 
. After showing the video, Chris 
Lebling,' division president of 
Neumann Homes* in northern Lake 
County said, "We focus on lifestyles. 
We look to bring people together." 

Previously, Ken Neumann said 
of the proposal, "The biggest thing 
about this new proposal is that it 
exactly and precisely meets the 



requirements set by the village 
board when they denied our -last 
proposal. Everything is as per their 
(the village's) ordinances and rules." 

Kevin Crowe, vice president of 
land acquisition, went through 
point by point the previous objec- 
tions leading to the denial of the 
1,309 home proposal earlier this 
summer. He noted, among other 
things, that density was equated to 
1.96 dwelling units per acre; that lot 
coverage would not exceed 30 per- 
cent; that there would be sewer and 
water by final plat; and that no vari- 
ances are being sought. 

Many of the residents who 
. chose to speak commented about 
the discernible difference between 
Neumann Homes' rhetoric about 
offering a friendly lifestyle that 
brings people together and the real- 
ity of suing the village for millions of 
dollars. 

Resident Pete Bolander, of the 
Eagle Ridge homeowners associa- 
tion, said, "The lawsuit against the 
village is offensive." 



ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP ASSESSMENT 

ROLL FOR 2001 

Changes in the assessment roll by the Township Assessor of Antioch 
Township, as certified by the Chief County Assessment Office of Lake 
County, appears in Section C of this issue of the Antioch News. 
Property owners In Antioch Township should make it a point to check the 
amount ol their assessments. 

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Any property owner who objects to the amount of their, assessment 
should file a complaint In writing, on the prescribed form, with the Board 
of Review. 18 North County Street - 8th Floor, Waukegan, IL 60085- 
4335. .Forms are also available on the Internet at 
www.co.lake.il.us/assessor. Property owners will have until November 
1 9, 2001 to file a complaint regarding their assessment. 



Gregg Umek questioned, 
"Would a good neighbor sue for $59 
mUlion?" 

Dee Reeves stated flatly, 
"Friends don't sue friends." To the 
board she added, "A vote in favor of 
this proposal, with no comment, is 
totally unacceptable." 

Much of the other public com- 
ment dealt with preserving the nat- 
ural amenities of the property. Just 
as Lebling had presented a "drive 
through" of the proposed commu- 
nity, Marianne Guy presented a 
walk through of the property as it 
stands now, and questioned how 
the proposal could be considered in 
conformance with the amended 
PUD (planned unit development) 
ordinance. 

She asked if there had been a 
site visit by all of the board members 
to "further understand the topogram 
phy of the property for the purpose 
of preserving the natural setting of 
the development, including trees, 
waterways, ponds, sloughs and the 
like." 

Resident and geology professor 
at the College of Lake County, Ron 
Riepe, made several points about 
protecting the ecology of the prop- 
erty and protecting trees. 

The question, asked on Oct. 11, 
was answered on Oct. 15 when the 
board of directors of the Village of 
Antioch unanimously approved 
amendments to the tree preserva- 
tion ordinance, and waived a sec- 
ond reading to, get the law on the 
books. This newly strengthened 
ordinance will likely thwart this pro- 
posal put forth by Neumann 
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pot peddlers 



By JUUE MURPHY 

Staff Reporter 



With the help of Coal, the drug 
sniffing canine and newest member 
of the Antioch Police Dept., more 
than one pound of cannabis was 
seized, and two arrests were made 
on Oct. 10 in an ongoing investiga- 
tion. 

Christopher M. Tomassetti, 21, 
of Antioch, was arrested for the class 
3 felony of possession of cannabis 
with the intent to deliver. Jennifer L 
Keel, 18, also of Antioch, was arrest- 
ed on the scene for possession, 
though additional charges may be 
pending following the crime lab 
analysis of additional controlled 
substances discovered during the 
search. . / 

Del. Sgt. Craig SomerviUe said 
the arrests were the result of in vest « - 
gation , basedjDn^ information and 
cooperation received giveri" tq^the 
Antioch Police Dept. by local resi- 
dents. Following the leads that 
developed, police conducted a 
search at a residence on North Ave. 

"Over a pound of cannabis was 
seized which was being processed 
for sale in the community," said 
SomerviUe. A digital gram scale, 
boxes of clear plastic "baggies" used 
for packaging marijuana, a small 

of hashish and illegal pre- 



scription drugs were also seized. 

SomerviUe said that, according 
to statements taken during the 
investigation, the cannabis was 
being sold to Antioch high school 
students after school hours. "The 
students would come to him after 
school," said SomerviUe. "This was- 
n't happening on school property." 
\ "This is an ongoing investiga- 
tion and leads are still being pur- 
sued," said SomerviUe. "We still have 
some hopes of cooperation and big- 
ger and better things." 

SomerviUe said the police 
department is proud of the perfor- 
mance of the K-9 unit and the offi- 
cers involved in mis case. 

The Antioch Police Dept. inves- 
tigates any information received 
from citizens. "This is another 
example of the police department 
developing a partnership with the 
community in an effort to resolve 
problem's, " said SomerviUe. "We 
greatly appreciate the response of 
the community." 

Unlawful possession with the 
intent to deliver, a class 3 felony, is 
punishable by 2-5 years in prison 
and fines not to exceed $25,000. 
Three automobiles were seized 
under the asset forfeiture laws. 

Both arrestees face Nov. 1 court 
dates at the Lake County Circuit 
Court. 



Tree ordinance approved, 
second reading waived 






By JUUE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



In order to get amendments to 
the ordinance governing "preserva- 
tion and replacement of trees" on 
the books, the board of directors of 
the Village of Antioch voted unani- 
mously to approve the amendments 
and waive the second reading of the 
ordinance. 

The ordinance was initially 
addressed when, residents came to 
the board and asked that an old oak 
tree in the Woods of Antioch be 
spared from construction near it 
that wiU likely cause its demise. 

Replacing certain portions of 
die text, and by adding new condi- 
tions in other areas has strength- 
ened wording in the ordinance. 

It says the goal of the ordinance 
is to "insure it Is less expensive to 
save existing trees than to provide 
replacement trees. Additionally, it 
will now read, "Mass cuts and filling 
shall be discouraged and grading or 
density variances can be used to 
encourage the preservation of 
woodland or blocks of tree stands." 

Wording that would have been 



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key to the specific tree in the Woods 
of Antioch is that the formula for cal- 
culating "drip lines," or how far out a 
tree's root system is calculated, has 
been increased. 

Other changes to the text will read, 
"Any mature tree designated for 
replacement due to an extended 
grading area shall be given all possi- 
ble chance for survival at the devel- 
opers/owners expense. Extended 
grading areas shall not be granted 
for the sole purpose of placing build- 
ings on individual lots." 

Under "Standards of 
Replacement" the ordinance will 
now read, "The intent of this sub- 
chapter is minimizing loss of mature 
trees and wildlife cover through pro- 
tective measures, careful planning 
and tree replacement This chapter 
shall apply to all new subdivisions 
and PUD's (planned unit develop- 
ment) not currently approved by the 
Village board, and may be consid- 
ered as a condition for approval of 
any special use or variance submit- 
tal." 

The ordinance is available for 
review at the office of the village 
clerk, 874 Main St., Antioch, 



For main office, call (847) 223-8161; For home delivery, call (847) 245-7500 



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Death on Chain caused by alcohol 



By JULIE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



Alcohol was a contributing fac- 
tor in the accident that caused the 
year's first death on the Chain 
O'Lakes. The accident happened in 
the early morning hours of Sept. 29 
on Lake Marie in Antioch when 
Green Oaks resident Carol Jarrell, 
58, was reportedly taking her boat 
for "a last spin." 

"There were three contributing 
factors in the accident/' said Deputy 
Chief Fred Heidecke of the Lake 
County Sheriffs Dept. "Her 



(Jarrcll's) blood alcohol concentra- 
tion (BAC) was .19, or over twice the 
legal limit, speed was a factor as was 
limited visibility." 

No other controlled substances 
were found during the tests per- 
formed by the Lake County coro- 
ner's office. 

It was estimated that the speed 
of the boat was 28 mph. Lt. Bruce 
Scottberg of the county's marine 
unit said there is a nighttime speed 

limit of 25 mph. 

"If working properly, the 
speedometer should be lit up the 
same way as a car's," said Scottberg. 



Jarrell was ejected into a field 
when her 24-foot, single hull boat 
ran aground at Lake Marie shore 
and subsequently caught fire and 
almost completely burned. 
Previously, Heidecke said the boat 
was airborne for about 75 feet 
before hitting ground. 

Antioch Rescue Squad took her 
to Provena Medical Center In 
Waukegan where she was pro- 
nounced dead at-4:40 a.m. of multi- 
ple traumas. 

The victim's son Wade Jarrell, 
32, of Chicago, was the only report- 
ed witness. 



WW hosts scholarship competitions 



By JUUE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



, The Sequoit VFW Post 4551 is 
hosting two scholarship competi- 
tions: one for seventh- and eighth- 
graders and the other for freshman- 
seniors. Both have patriotic themes 
and are part of the national ; VFW* 
"Voice of Democracy" competition. 

High school students will be 
required to write and then record an 
essay of 3-5 minutes on "Reaching 
Out to America's Future." fceventh- 
and eighth-graders will be required 
to write a 300-500 word essay on 
"Freedom, Really Free." 

The high school students are 



judged on both Jhe context of the 
essay and how well it is presented in 
the audio tape. 

Students in both age groups will 
first compete with eliminations 
locally, within district (Lake Villa, 
Lindenhurst, Grayslake and 
, Vyinthrop Harbor), statewide and 
'-* nationally. The national award is a 
$10,000 scholarship for the seventh- 
and eighth -graders and $25,000 for 
the high school level. Awards for 
both local-level winners are $100 
savings bonds from Post 4551. 

"We had a heck of a time mak- 
ing a decision last year," said Bob 
Undblad, voice of democracy chair. 
"There were a couple of really won- 



derful presentations." 

Sequoit VFW Post 4551 must 
receive all .entries by Nov. 1 1. 
Lindblad said additional informa- 
tion has been provided to local 
schools, and that most of those 
schools have a place for students to 
leave their submissions. 

A decision will be made at the 
local level by Veteran's Day, Nov. 11. 

The VFW will host a dinner for 
all local competitors on Jan. 12. 
"We'll give them a nice dinner and 
there will be some other prizes," 
said Lindblad. 

Home schooled students are 
eligible. For more information, con- 
tact Undblad at 395-0899. 




Anniversary 

Ken and Betty Smouse celebrate their 50th anniversary at an 
open house event at Fire Station 1 in Antioch.— Photo by David 
Krueger 




New guard prepares Boy Scouts host annual spaghetti dinner 

for office at Dist. 34 




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Only a little reorganization will 
be necessary in November when 
Antioch Community Consolidated 
Dist, 34 loses board of education 
president Earl "Bud" Newton, and 
takes on newly elected board mem- 
ber Theresa Kovach. 

Supt. John Hunt said no deci- 
sions have been made as to how the 
board will reorganize. 

A special ceremony will be held 
for Newton, a 10-year veteran of the 
board, on Nov. 20. 

Kovach, who will officially take 
her place on the board that same day, 
said, "The school board has been 
allowing me to attend its meetings 
and learn, but I don't get to vote." 

She said she hopes that her 
participation on the board will 
help to "raise the bar" with regard 



to curriculum. 

: ; M Dr. Hunt has been fabulous, and 
has talked to all of the board mem- 
bers, M said Kovach. "He's created the 
Antioch Advantage District Action 
Plan .to address curriculum. I hope 
when there's a committee set up (for 
that plan), that I can be part of it." 

She added that with all of the 
development in the area, the district 
should be looking further down the 
road. "The board has been doing a 
great job, but we need to keep up 
with constant improvements." 

Another goal of Kovach's is to 
bring all the schools within the district 
together, "I was amazed when I was 
v campaigning how many people 
v weren't sure if their elementary school 
was part of Dist 34," she sakL M I think 
we should be referencing the schools 
as 'Dist 34, Oakland' and 'Dist 34, 
Petty so people realize all these 
schools are part of the same district 



By JUUE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



Boy Scout Troop 92 is hosting its 
42nd annual spaghetti ^dinner on 
Oct. 21 from noon-7 p.m. The lip- 
smacking, noodle-slurping shindig 
will take place at the Loyal Order of 
Moose Lodge 525. * 

Last year the troop served up 
160 pounds of noodles and 150 
pounds of hamburger to nearly 
1,100 children and adults. 

The dinner is a major fund-rais- 
er for the scout troop. "This is such 
an exciting day for us every year," 



said Bill Bruno, scoutmaster for die 
troop. He added that the money is * 

used to offset the costs of camping 
fees and equipment. 

-Five dollars buys an all-you- 
can-eat meal with slaw, bread,. 

dessert and a drink. Children under ' 
the age of 5 years old eat for free. . . 

There will be drawings for prizes 
throughout the day. _• ,.;. ; 

Troop 92 is made up of 38 mem- 
bers between 11-17 years old. It -- 
meets weekly at the Scout House in - 
Antioch, and goes to a variety of dif- ( 
ferent campsites monthly. 

In addition to the fun acu'vities, 



*the troop takes part in many com- 
munity service projects. The scouts 

have been maintaining 50 wood 

duck boxes at the Chain O'Lakes 

■ State Parksince 1980-Troop 92 also 

; assists j tfye .tyortbern Illinois 

"Conservation Club. with its annual 

» fishing tournament at Channel Lake 

^ and ''helps .the -Antioch Lion's Club 

) and the Antioch Rescue Squad with 

"■ the annual chicken barbecue and 

auction.-.; . - . • ■ - 

' - The Moose Lodge is located on 

west Rte, 173 in Antioch. Tickets are 

available at" the door/or in advance 

. by calling-Veach at 838-0855. 




Halloween coloring contest offered 



Children in Antioch and Gumee 
are invited to take part in a 
Halloween coloring contest spon- 
sored by the First National Bank- 
Employee Owned from Oct 15-29. 

M This is the first year we're doing 
a coloring contest," said marketing 
officer Karen Kubin. "In the past 
we've done a pumpkin decorating 
contest, but these pictures will be 
easier to display at the bank. 



The contest is open to kinder- 
gartners through fifth graders. In 
Antioch, the pictures are being dis- 
tributed in the schools, or children 
can stop by the bank and pick one 
up. In Gumee, children need to stop 
by or drive through the bank 

Kubin said the picture, of a 
scarecrow, is simple enough for 
young children and older chil- 
dren will able to decorate the 



scarecrow more. 

All entries will be displayed in the 
bank lobbies, and entrants need not 
be present during die judging. 
Judging will take place on Oct 30 in 
separate contests for Antioch and 
Gumee, and prizes will be awarded 
by age category. 

For more information, or to 
have a scarecrow mailed, call Kubin 

at 838-2265, ext 319. 




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Antioch's many civic orga- 
nizations have joined 
forces to sponsor a blood 
drive to be held on Oct. 20 
from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Moose 
Lodge. You can add to their spirit of 
generosity by making an appoint- 
ment to give blood. 

The Antioch Moose Lodge, 
Antioch Woman's Club, Antioch Jr. 
Women's Club, Antioch Lions Club, 
Antioch Rotary Club and the 
Northern Illinois Conservation 
Club are all sponsors of the drive to 
collect blood for those in need. 

M We are deeply saddened by 
the tragedy that has befallen our 
nation, and which makes this year's 
drive even more vital," said orga- 
nizer Pam Turner. "The amount of 
blood needed is insurmountable, 

and we need your help." 

LifeSource Blood Services will 

be providing professional staff for 




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Julie Murphy 



this drive. LifeSource is providing 
blood to the military. 

"Support the United States. 
Donate blood and be an American 
hero," said Turner. She added that 
those unable to donate blood, could 
volunteer to help during the bl< 
drive or make a monetary donation. 

Appointments will be taken 
every 20 minutes. For more informa 
tion, or to make an appointment to 
give blood, call Turner at 395-0315. 



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47th Turkey Dinner fund-raiser on 
Saturday, Oct ;20., from 4-8 p.mu 
In the spiitof giving, a Peter 
Church is allowing St Ignatius to use 

Father Hanky Hall, the gymnasium 
of St Peter School for the event 

Dine in and carry out is avail- 
able to make it a convenient 
evening for everyone. In addition 
to delicious food, there will be 
musical entertainment, a raffle, a 
bake sale and a drawing for prizes. 

The cost is $8 for adults and $4 
for children 12 years old and under. 
Tickets are available in advance 
from church members, as well as at 
the door. 



St. Ignatius of Antioch 
Episcopal Church is holding its 



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October 19, 2001 















Parade registration begins 



By JUUE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



Believe it or not, the annual holiday 
parade is just around the comer. The Antioch 
parks and recreation department is hoping 
that registration for participation will start 
(lowing into the office. 

The parade is open to floats, walkers and 
•other creative ideas as long as the decor and 
dress is representative of the holiday spirit. 

The only thing we ask is that there arc no 
Santa's," said Laurie Stahl, director of the 
parks department. "There's only one Santa 



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CPR classes held 

The Antioch Rescue Squad and the 
Antioch Fire Dept. offer CPR classes to the 
public on the second and fourth Wednesday 
of each month at 6 p.m. at the Antioch Fire 
Dept. located at 835 Holbek Dr. 

The fee of $5-$ 15 per person (depending 
on the class needed) is payable at the time of 
the class. For more information or-to make 
reservations, call the Antioch Fire Dept. at 
395-5511. 



St. Peter's supports sin- 
gles 

St. Peter Church has a support group, St. 
Peter's Singles, that supports the emotional 
needs of those separated, divorced or wid- 
owed. The group meets on the second 
Monday of the month in the church base- 
ment. 

All ages and denominations are welcome 
to attend the meetings. 

Enter the church on the east side, back 
entrance. For more information, call either 
Deacon Bob Gagnon at 395-3024 (e-mail at 
deacongagdiVahoo.com) or Patti Vavrina at 
740-0417 (e-mail dioviacon@aol.com). 



and he's on a float at the end of the parade." 

The parade will be held on Friday, Nov. 23, 
the day after Thanksgiving, at 6:30 p.m. 
Registration should be into Stahl at the parks 
department by Nov. 16. 

There is no entry fee to participate. 
Include the organization's name (if applica- 
ble), contact person, complete address, 
phone number and description of entry. 
Entries should be mailed to Antioch Parks 
and Recreation, 806 Holbek Dr., Antioch, IL 
60002. 

For more information, call Stahl at 395- 
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every Wednesday at the Antioch Senior 
Center. Weigh-ins begin at 6:30 p.m., and the 
meetings begin at 7 p.m. For more informa- 
tion call 395-6443 or 395-8143. 

The Antioch Senior Center is located at 
817 Holbek Dr., behind the fire station. 

Bingo held at VFW Hall 

The Antioch VFW sponsors bingo every 
Tuesday night at the VFW Hall on North Ave. 
Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and bingo begins at 
6:45 p.m. 

The public is welcome. Pull tabs are avail- 
able, and there is a new lightening game. For 
more information call 395-5393. 

Community Telecare looks 
after shut-ins 

Community Telecare will call and give a 
daily check to those who live alone or are 
shut-in. The service is free and is provided by 
volunteers. 

For those who would like this service, or 
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395-2240 or 395-0897. 




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Eighth grade battlefield 

Students in the eighth grade at St. Peter 
School used diplomatic strategy as well as the 
application of history and mathematics as it 
played an imperialism-world-domination- 
simulation game for three days. 

Random groups were chosen to represent 
eight different countries. The four strong 
nations on one continent could choose war 
with each other or the colonization of the four 
weaker nations on another continent. The 
battle ended in a stalemate. 

"These are the types of battles a teacher 
loves to witness," said social studies teacher 
Thomas Tukesbrey. "When all of the cama- 
raderie and the practical application of devel- 



oping skills are evident." 

First Wednesday red, 
white, blue 

St. Peter School has designated the first 
Wednesday of each month as "Red, White and 
Blue Dress Days" to show patriotism after the 
events of Sept. 11. 

On Wednesday, Oct. 3, the students and 
faculty raised $600 that was sent directly to the 
American Red Cross disaster relief fund. 

Interim principal Chris Mors said, "This 
day not only raised money for the disaster 
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Intergovernmental agreements 
addressed to area school boards 



By BRENDA BAUN-BEITSCHER 
JULIE MURPHY 

Staff Reporters 

A break out session of the Oct. 11 
annual Lakes Region .meeting of the 
Illinois Association of School Boards wel- 
comed the comments of those principally 
in charge of the Antioch-Lake Villa Center, 
a facility whose construction has just 
begun. State Rep. Timothy 

Osmond (R-Antioch), Lake Villa Township 
Supervisor Dan Venturi, Antioch 
Community High School Dist. 117 (ACHS) 
Supt. Dennis Hockney and ACHS board of 
education President Phillip Delany shared 
their experiences of the intergovernmen- 
tal agreement they entered into for the 
center during a segment called, "'Working 
together:' A Guide to Successful 
Intergovernmental Agreements," 

The efforts of these four men, plus 
Antioch Township Supervisor Stephen 
Smouse, allowed for a joint project to pro- 
vide facilities for the two townships, a 
senior services center that will operate the 
Catholic Charity's "Meals on Wheels" pro- 
gram as well as the high school district 
offices within a single building. 

The center is being built on property 
purchased by ACHS for its second high 
school. The school district is providing 
about two acres of land for the facility and 
will extend the utilities from its new high 

school to the center. 

Osmond secured $900,000 in funding 
through the Illinois First Program ear- 
marked for Antioch and Lake Villa town- 
ships to assist with the construction of the 
building. Antioch Township has plans to 
sell its current building and use the pro- 
ceeds to offset some of the construction 
costs of the center. Lake Villa will also add 
to the kitty. 

"There was interest in how the pieces 
were put together," said Hockney. "1 



explained the importance of building 
relationships with the townships and vil- 
lages, so that when something like this 
comes up, the relationship is already 
there. It makes it easier to come to an 
agreement." 

The uniqueness and large scale of the 
$1.95 million plan appeared daunting to 
some of the conference attendees, so 
Venturi brought the concept down to a 
smaller scale with a more typical scenario. 
"For example, the Lindenhurst Park 
District has a new bus, but they have been 
dependent on school bus drivers to run 
it," he said. "Our township park director, 
Larry Bahnsen, has a commercial driver's 
license." 

Venturi described how the township 
exchanges the use of Bahnsen's driving 
services in exchange for the use of the 
bus. 

"The Lindenhurst Park District also 
saves 20-30 cents a gallon on diesel fuel," 
he said. "As part of our agreement, we sell 
to them, at cost, from our large supply of 
tax-exempt fuel." He noted that, while the 
park district qualifies for tax-exempt fuel, 
they couldn't afford to stock large quanti- 
ties. 

Delany said the reason for going with 
the concept of the joint center was 
because the property was key to the 
school district. "This piece of property is 
the link pin between our communities," 
he said. "The financial end was good for 
both townships as well as the district." 

With the agreement two years in the 
making and construction beginning, 
Delany explained that the challenge now 
is to ensure that the building is fully uti- 
lized. He added, "Once seniors feel com- 
fortable coming into a building they have 
a stake in, and they should it's their tax 
money, then they will feel more comfort- 
able walking next door for some of the 
adult education classes we plan to offer." 



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sticker was from a Saab he owned, and he 
intended to get a proper sticker. He said he 
didn't know he could not transfer the stick- 
ers between cars. A check through the sec- 
retary of state's office, NCIC and LEADS 
showed him to be on parole. He was 
charged with driving without registration, 
improper use of registration and speeding, 
A mandatory court appearance is sched- 
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Revoked driver's license 

Terry R. Robinson, 39, of 762 Main St., 
Antioch, was arrested for driving with a' 
revoked driver's license on Oct. 15 at 12:21 
a.m. at the intersection of Main and Kairy 

streets. 

Police clocked his vehicle at 53 mph in 

a posted 35-mph zone. Robinson's identi- 
fiers were checked through LEADS/ NCIC 
and came back with information that his 
driver's license was revoked. 

He was arrested and transported to the 
Antioch Police Dept. where he was put 
through booking procedures and issued 
citations for driving while revoked and 
speeding. Robinson was released on per- 
sonal recognizance pending court. 

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Apartment fire 

Three people were evacuated from an 
apartment building at 157 N. Milwaukee 
(Deep Lake Hermitage Apartments) when a 
fire broke out on Oct. 8 at 1:08 p.m. When 
police arrived at the scene, smoke and 
flames were issuing from a balcony on the 
"A" side of the building. The Lake Villa Fire 
Dept. put out the fire with an extinguisher. 
Cause and origin investigator Kurt Skinner 
and Doug Slazes informed police smoking 
materials caused the fire, and they deter- 
mined it was accidental. There were no 
injuries and minimal property damage. 

Improper use of registration 

Raymond Serio, 27, of 34680 N. 
Peterson Ave., Ingleside, was arrested by 
Lake Villa Police on Oct. 9 at 1:29 a.m. 
while driving southbound on Fairfield, 
south of Rte. 132. He was observed driving 
60 mph in a 40 mph zone. He had no dri- 
ver's license, but presented a seat belt cita- 
tion instead. He stated that on Oct. 8 he 
had just purchased the 1988 Chrysler 
Lebaron convertible he was driving. The 
"license applied for" sticker showed a VIN 
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Minor possession of alcohol 

Three young men, all under 20 years of 
age, were, arrested by Lindenhurst Police 
and charged with minor possession of alco- 
hol. The arrest occurred at the home of one 
of the alleged offenders,, Michael V. 
Blocker, 18, of 69 Timber Lane, 
Lindenhurst, on Oct. 13 at 12:02 a.m. 
Arrested with him were Farrell O'Rourke, 
18, of 120 Timber Lane and Eric Rohlwing, 
19 of 2411 S. LThornwood, also in 
Lindenhurst. All three were released after 
posting $75 bond on a notice to appear at 
Grayslake Branch III on Nov. 7 at 9 a.m. 
Blocker had been arrested on the same 
charges on Oct. 7. 

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Andy P. Rausch, 18, of 3110 Mini Dr., 
Wadsworth, was charged by Lindenhurst 
Police with failure to reduce speed to 
avoid an accident after his car caused a 3- 
car accident. He said his newly-replaced 
brakes didn't slow him down as he 
approached the intersection of Grand 
Avenue and Granada, heading eastbound 
on Oct. 13 at 12:16 p.m. His car hit a vehi- 
cle driven by a 40-year-old woman, who 
was taken to St. Therese Hospital. The 
woman in the second car was in pain and 
unable to speak at the scene. Her car was 
pushed into a third car, driven by a 54^ 
year-old man, who said he saw Reusch's 
car approaching the second car, and 
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. October 19, 2001 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
The VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH will be flush- 
ing hydrants between October 8, 2001 and 
November 10, 2001. Flushing will occur 
between the hours of Midnight and 5:00 A.M. 
Monday thru Friday. Signs will be posted in 
each area before flushing begins, 
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Arts, athletics offered at park department 



By JULIE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



CALL (847) 395-1881. 



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October 19, 2001 

October 26, 2001 



Though Antioch's parks and recreation 
department programs arc in full swing for the 
fall, there are a variety of classes offered with 
later start dates to keep children of all ages 
busy through the holidays. 

New drawing classes are being offered 
called "Promising Picassos." The classes arc four 
weeks long, and a new session begins Oct. 25. 

Basic drawing is available for 4- to 6-year- 
olds, and in a separate class for 7- to 12-year-olds. 
There will be a theme drawing class that features 
drawing a fairytale land called "Trolls and 
Toadstools" for those between the ages of 6-13. 

Class fees range from $30-35, and the 
class size will be between 6-15 children. 

New cooking classes are being offered 
with a session being held on Oct. 27. 

Those between the ages of 6-10 will meet 
from 11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. and will make 



"spooktacular goodies" with simple candy 
molds and suckers. Those between 11-13 
years old will meet from 12:30-2 p.m. and will 
also use candy molds and make suckers in 
addition to pretzels. The fees for the cooking 
classes are between $12-15, and the class size 
will be no larger than 10. 

The "Parent/Tot Boogie Babies" class 
begins on Nov. 2 for children 18 months-3 
years and their parents. The class will run for 
6 weeks on Friday from 9:45-10:30 a.m. 

A Pom Camp begins on Oct. 19 for chil- 
dren 7-1 1 years old. This class will be held on 
Friday from 4-5 p.m. for four weeks. 

American Stars of Dance conduct both 
the Boogie Babies and the Pom Camp 
through the Antioch parks department. 

Basketball camp begins Nov. 7 and will be 
held at the Antioch Elementary School (817 
Main St.). The program is offered by Sports 
Camps of America and is grouped by age from 
4- to 11 -year-olds. 



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For development 

As a long time resident of Antioch familiar 
with Neumann Homes prior to their interest 
in locating here, 1 want to show my support 
for their latest proposal as reported in your 
paper recently ("Neumann Homes Submits 
new Proposal," Antioch News, Aug. 30, 2001). 

As much as some residents of Antioch 
don't want to face it, the truth is the Anest' 
and White properties will be developed some 
day. My concerns are, if we prevent this com- 
munity plan from going forward, the next 
developer might not go to such lengths to 
gain our approval and support. From what I 
read in your article, we are working with a 
local company whose decision-makers live 
and work in the area. What's more, Neumann 
will be hiring local tradesmen to build the 
community. This is Neumann's backyard, so 
their reputation here is critical. 

According to the article, Neumann 
Homes has done everything, the village Iras 
requested, and then some. The company has 
reduced its proposed number of homes (from 
1390 to 1240), and reconfigured roads and 
cntrywnys; and has proposed real steps 
towards conservation in protecting.environ- 
mcntal treasures within its community. A 
donation of 39 acres for the parks depart- 
ment: Doesn't this demonstrate commit- 
ment? 

Our village leaders arc correct to require 

impact fees to mitigate the impact on local 

services here. That's what they should do to 

protect our wonderful village. Let's hope they 

keep an open mind and consider Neumann 

Homes' latest proposal. Important planning 

decisions should be made with an interest in 

fairness and with all the facts at hand. 

. Scott Parr 
Antioch 



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Name: Peter Anfang 

Home: Trevor, Wis. 

Occupation: Partner of Georgetown Furniture 

Community involvement: Member of the Antioch 

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I'm originally from: Chicago. 

I graduated from: Central High School in Salem, 
Wis. 

My family consists Of: My wife Linda and my 
children Melissa, Matthew and Mackenzie. 

My pets are: A cat 

What I like best about my town: The home- 
town atmosphere 

The secret to my success: The success of the 

store is in having quality product and service. 

I relax by: I read. 

My perfect day in Antioch would be: Halloween Howl 

Last book I read: "Merrick" by Anne Rice 

Favorite TV show is: 'West Wing" 
Favorite movie: "It Takes Two" 
Favorite music: I like all rock music. 
Favorite restaurant: Grande lakes 
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I want to be remembered as: A nice person 

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7:30 a.m., Lake County Chamber of 
Commerce networkers group meets at the 
Hampton Inn in Gumee. Call 249-3800 



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meets at the Ubertyville Main Fire station 
on Milwaukee Ave., call 362-0959 

Saturday, October 20 

8 a.m.-4 p.m., 2nd Annual Rummage Sale 
sponsored by Antioch Garden Club. Held at 
Schwind's Greenhouse, 24296 W. Townline 
Rd. in Lake Villa. Over 65 families 

8-11 a.m., Annua! Pancake Breakfast & 
Raffle sponsored by Lake Villa Cub Scout 
Pack #88. Raffle held throughout the 
breakfast. Proceeds support scouting pro- 
grams and projects. For ticket info, or to 
donate merchandise, call Kelli at 265-1322 

10 a.m.-noon, Advocates for FMS support 
group meets at the Community Building at 
884 Main St. in Antioch. Topic will be: . 
"How to maintain a social life with FMS.** 
For info., call Shan" at 395-5123 

6:30 p.m., Dance With Us dance group 
hosts a Costume Ball Dance at the 
Belvidere Recreation Center, 412 S. Lewis 
Ave. in Waukegan. Prizes awarded for best 
and most original costume. Variety of music 
played, lessons offered from 6:30-7:30 
p.m., dance continues until 10 p.m. For 
more info., call Dawn at 244-7702 or 
Sharon at 746-7145 

Sunday, October 21 

12-7 p.m., 41st Annual Spaghetti Dinner 
hosted by Boy Scout Troop #92 at the 
Antioch Moose Lodge #525 on Rte. 173. 
$5 charge, ages 5 and under admitted 
free. Proceeds benefit the troop and its 
programs, all are welcome 



Monday, October 22 

12:45 p.m., Bingo held at The Antioch 
Senior Center, call 395-7120 for details 

5:30 p.m., TOPS group meets in 
Lindenhurst at the Victory Ambulatory 
Surgery Center and Outpatient Services at 
1050 Ffcd Oak Lane on the first floor. Call 
Tina at 265-9364 or Flo at 356-4410 



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11 a.m., Antioch AARP Chapter 387 (for 
adults 55 and older) meets at Antioch 
Senior Center, 817 Holbeck Dr., call 
Sharon at 395-5068 for details * 

6:45 p.m., Antioch VFW Bingo, doors open 
4:30 p.m., call 395-5393 

7 p.m., Lake County Philatelic Society 
meets at the Warren-Newport Public Library, 
224 N. O'Plaine Rd. in Gumee, area stamp 
collectors are invited, call 244-4048 

Wednesday, October 24 

6 p.m., CPR classes sponsored by The 
Antioch Rescue Squad and Fire Department , 
835 Holbek Dr., $5/$15 depending on 
class needed, payable at time of class, call 
395-5511 to find out more 



Thursday, October 25 

9:30 a.m., Lake County Genealogical 
Society holds a Round Table discussion 
group at the Fremont Public Library in 
Mundelein. Call Joan at 587-5349 



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at the State Bank of the Lakes, 2031 E. 
Grand Ave. in Lindenhurst. Over 20 vendors 
attending, get holiday shopping done. For 
info., call 563-3000. ext. 4073 



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meets at the museum, 817 Main St., 
Antioch, call Robert Lindblad, 395-0899 or 
Nancy Binder at 395-1453 



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for the evening competition is a flurry of 
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II depends on what day you play but one 
thing is certain— you'll always get service 
with a smile. 
That's the theme at the majestic 
Carillon North Golf Course, an executive 9- 
hole track tucked strategically within the 
Cambridge Homes subdivision off Drury 
Lnne in Grayslake. 
And somehow, 
Sam Ziccarelli found 
his niche at Carillon. 

Ziccarelli, the 
course's director of 
golf operations, 
embarked on a golf 
career in 1993 after 

retiring from Abbott 
Laboratories as a 
senior financial 
analyst. 

"I ran tournaments and charity events, 
mostly for the United Way (prior to 1993)," 
said Ziccarelli. "But golf was always in my 
blood. After Abbott, my main goal was to 
become a golf professional." 

Mission accomplished. 

Ziccarelli attended Professional Golfer's 
Career College in Murietta, Calif, in 1993. He 
graduated in 1994. 

From there, he learned more of the trade 
while spending stints-at The Golf Learning 
Center of America in Vernon Hills, Hilldale 
Golf Club in Hoffman Estates and Steeple 
Chase in Mundelein, to name a few. Steeple 
Chase was the last stop before coming to 
Carillon just over a year ago, when the course 
first opened. 

"I had a great time at Steeple Chase," he 
said. "I was there for four years. I gave lessons, 
ran tournaments and worked in the pro shop." 

But Zicarrelli, 65, was quick to point out 
that while Steeple Chase was a great experi- 
ence, the pace was a little fast for his liking."** 

"It got stressful at times because there 
was so much play," he said. "I just wanted to 
be in a little quieter atmosphere. Carillon 
lends itself to the more relaxed patron." 

Enter Carillon and Bob Lashbrook, direc- 
tor for die Grayslake Park District. The 
Grayslake Park District owns the 20-acre 
piece of land on which Carillon sits. 

"I had known Bob since 1997," said 
Ziccarelli. "When he took over (the Park 
District), he told me he was opening Carillon. 
We got together. I asked if I could help run 
the course and we came to an agreement." 

It was a match made in heaven. 

"It's so peaceful out here at times," said 
Ziccarelli. "We have wonderful people work- 
ing here. They're friendly, competent and 
make you feel right at home." 

The little things count, right? 

"There's never any crisis situations here," 
said Ziccerelli. "We always afford the homey, 
personable feeling towards our guests." 

As far as the course is concerned, "It's a 
great place for beginners because it's short," 
said Ziccarelli. "But it's also a good place for 
the advanced player to come and work on 
their short game. We cater to everyone but 
we have a special place in our hearts espe- 
cially for the youngsters and the older folks." 

Having all par-3s, Carillon has five forced 
carries, a good test for the advanced player. 
It's also a great place for parents to bring 
their kids because it's short. The longest hole 
is 165 yards. 

The friendly staff includes the likesof 
Bob Schartz, Ken Russell, Tom Triphahan, 
Bob Hesser, Tom Pugh, Kathleen Sweeney, 
Shirley Copenhaver, Pat Young, Mary Jane 
Deyoe and Joe Kusiak. 

"It's especially heartwarming when (83- 
year-old) Mary smiles at you," said Ziccarelli. 

Just one of the ingredients that makes 
Carillon a "pleasant experience." 

For rates and tee-times, please call 548- 
4713, Ziccarelli said that he plans on having 
the course open until mid-November, 
weather permitting. 



Tryouts for the 2002 spring Grayslake 
Galaxy Travel Soccer Club will be held Wed., 
Oct. 24 from 5-G:30 p.m. and Sun., Oct, 28 
from 3-5 p.m. ' 



John Phelps can be reached at (847) 223- 
8161, ext. 132; fax (847) 223-8810; or e-mail at 

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So close, so far for Sequoit netters 




By WESL£Y WARD 
Lakeland Correspondent 



For most student athletes it is their dream 
to compete in state finals. But in reality, those 

dreams do not materialize all too often. 
Antioch High School's women's tennis team 
was just one step away from having three girls 
achieve their dreams 



and compete at the 
state level. 

In No. 1 singles, 
Dina Izenstark was 
defeated in the quar- 
terfinals of sectionals 
ending her dream. 
Though next season 
she will have another 
shot. 

The No. 2 doubles 
team, consisting of Jen 



The Sequoits finished the season with a 7-9 
overall record. Although mat may seem like a 
disappointing record on the surface, Plinske was 
happy with the outcome of the season. 
Said Plinske: "This was pretty good season for us 
considering the conference we play in. It is 
always going to be tough when you face strong 
teams like Lake Forest, Stevenson and Warren 

year after year." 



" We have a young team with only 

two returning starters and most 

thougfit this would be a rebuilding 

year, but to liave. the girls almost 

reach state ivas quite an 

achievetnenU" 



Bryan Plinske 
ACHS Tennis Coach 



Antioch Community High School's Jo 
Ellen Darfler digs for the ball during a 
doubles match with teammate 
Ashleigh Honaker against Grayslake in 
the Warren Sectional Tournament- 
Photo by Sandy Bressner 



Richardson and Jen 

Buhrmester, also fell at the quarterfinal stage of 
sectionals. Had both the Izenstark and the No. 
2 doubles team been victorious, the Lady 
Sequoits would have been represented at state. 
"I am pleased that we had a chance to 
reach state competition," said Antioch head 
coach Bryan Plinske. "We have a young team 
with only two returning starters and most 
thought this would be a rebuilding year, but to 
have the girls almost reach state was quite an 
achievement." 



Izenstark, 
Richardson and 

Buhrmester broke the 
school record for 
matches played, each 

competing in a total of 
25. Despite the rigor- 
ous schedule, Antioch 
maintained a positive 
attitude and, with the 
exception of JoEllen 
Darfler, kept injury 



free. 

Darner's injury midway through the season 
provided some lineup headaches for Plinske, 
however, players like Leslie Burke stepped up to 
fill in when called upon. 

The outlook for next season looks bright 
with only Burke, Darfler, Jill Owens and 
Richardson graduating. Antioch has a wealth of 
talent waiting in reserves and next years squad 
should have the weapons to succeed once 
again. 



Light shines bright for L ady S equoit golfers 



By JOHN PHELPS 
Sports Editor 



Though it has concluded its season, the 
Antioch varsity girl's golf team has much opti- 
mism as it looks to next year. 

The Sequoits shot a 425 in finishing 11th at 
die New Trier sectional last week. 

"It was a tough sectional and we definitely 
didn't shoot our best," said Sequoit head coach 
Steve Wapon. "You can't do that when there's 
48 teams left from around the state." 

Junior Danielle Nielsen paved the way at 
sectionals with a 95. She was backed by sopho- 
more Katie Malcolm (104), senior Whitney 
Sehmer (111) and sophomore Katie Lincoln 

(115). 

"Take nothing away. It was another suc- 
cessful season," noted Wapon. "We lose 
Whitney but we have a lot of potential return- 
ing. 

Antioch's second-place 396 at regionals 
earned them a second consecutive trip to sec- 
tional play. Fourteen teams competed. 

In the 14-team meet, held at Marengo 
Ridge Golf Club, Malcolm and Nielsen picked 
up fourth-place medals after each fired 92. 

"That was pretty good," said Wapon. 
"There were 96 players and they only gave out 
five medals. They helped lead up to the school's 
highest finish ever at sectionals." And that was 
all in hurricane-like conditions. 

"The winds were incredible," said Wapon. 
"The girls played good ocurse management 
They did what they needed to and played 
smart. They battled the elements." 

Lincoln (106) and freshman Megan Placko 



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(106) rounded out the Sequoit scoring. Sehmer 
(115) and Erica Hedlund (130) were right 
behind.. 

"It's been nice," said wapon. "We have four 
underclassman back-four scores that have 
counted consistently." Success was also 

found in the always-tough North Suburban 
Lake. The Sequoits finished second in the divi- 
sion with a 4-1 dual meet record. Overall, the 
team was 8-3 in duals. s 

"That was pretty good for us," said Wapon. 
"When you're competing against teams like 
Lake Forest, it's going to be tough to win the 
conference." 

Nielsen (98) and Malcolm (99) picked up 
all-conference honors at the NSC meet, finish- 
ing seventh and ninth, respectively. 
Nielsen also claimed a 13th place medal at the 
20-team Barrington tournament. 
And it was Lincoln's 90 at the 20-team 
Champaign Centennial Invitational that led the 
Sequoits to a season-low tournament score of 
373 at the University of Illinois* Blue Course. 

"There is a bright light at the end of the tun- 
nel," said Wapon. "We have the nucleus and a 
strong underclass group. The challenge comes 
where hopefully the girls will work hard and 
play more during the summer. We have a great 
group coming back. Good people." 

Climbing the ranks and looking for varsity 
nods next year include a solid JV squad. 
Highlights included winning the 9-hole, 6- 
team Waukegan Invite. Hedlund claimed a sec- 
ond-place medal after firing a 37. Katie 
MacNeish was right behind in third with a 39, 
followed by lOth-pIace medal-winner Maggie 
Ludwig's 44. 




Katie Malcolm of Antioch rolls a putt 
during sectional action at Winnetka 
Golf Club.— Photo by Steve Young 




S equoit freshman football showing it can play 



By JOE PRUSKI 

Lakeland Correspondent 



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The freshman "A" football team for 
Antioch High has been the exact opposite of 
the varsity team this season. 

Through eight games this season they 
have compiled a record of 7-1, and an average 
of over 37 points a game. 

One of the main reasons the offense 
has been so successful has been a strong 
offensive line as well as an extraordinary 
contribution from fullback Nick Nathan. 
Alone, Nathan has scored over 100 points a 

season. 

According to assistant coach Brent 
Pitt, if the team wins this weekend against 



Mundelein, they will have broke the 
Antioch record for freshman wins in a sea- 

You have to look at every team 
separately. Our main strategy is to 

win though* 9 

Brent Pitt 
Antioch freshman football coach 

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son. 

"If this team wins against Mundelein it 

will be the best team to have come through 

here in 10 years," said Pitt. 

With a high-powered offensive attack, you 

would think that the defense could possibly be 



lacking. However, the exact opposite is this 
case. 

The defense has allowed an anemic 33 
points the entire season, making it all but 
Impossible to beat the Sequoits who are only 
allowing an average of four points per game. 
A solid contributor to the defense as well as 
the offense has come from Nathan Hughes, 
who plays both ways for the Sequoits at line- 
backer and running back. 

"He's (Hughes) running hard and playing 
some really lough defense for us," said Pitt. 
According to Pitt the strategy for this week's 
game is rather simple, win. 

"You have to look at every team separate- 
ly," said Pitt. "Our main strategy is to win 
though." 



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Varsity cheerleader Katie Albright, 11, pre 
pares for the Antioch cheerleading compe 
tition Oct. 21. 



The Antioch Cheerleading Association 
is hosting it's 5th Annual Cheer/ Pom-Pon 
Competition on Sunday, October 21, 2001 
at Antioch Community High School. 

The theme for this year's competition 
is 2001 Cheer Odyssey. 

The following organizations will also 
be participating: Antioch Viking 
Cheerleaders, Bensonville Bandits, 
Dupage Diamonds, Glen Ellyn Golden 
Eagles, Grayslakc Colts, Lake Villa 
Timbcrwolves Poms, Like Zurich Flames, 
Schaumburg Athletic Association, 
Suburban Stars and the Wauconda Jr. 
Bulldog Cheerleaders. 

Competition begins at 9 a.m. and is 
open to the public. Admission is $2 for 
adults and $1 for students. Children 5 and 
under arc admitted free. Food concessions 
and spirit concessions will be available. 



LOCAL SPORTS DIGEST 



The Undenhurst Police Department 

is sponsoring a youth basketball league for this 
fall for the 12th straight year. 

All games will be played on Friday 
evenings at B.J. Hooper School. 

Applications can be picked up at the 
Undenhurst Village Hall desk, the Undenhurst 
Barber Shop (located in the. Unden Plaza), 
Grayslake and Antioch Community High Schools. 

Open practice and the draft will be on 
Friday, Nov. 16 at B.J. Hooper School gym at 
6:30 p.m. Bring gym shoes and proper clothing. 

A $25 non-refundable fee must be paid 
when the completed applications are turned 
in. All completed applications and fees should 
be returned to the Undenhurst Village Hall 
desk before Nov. 16. The first 88 completed 
applications submitted along with the $25 fee 
paid will be accepted on a first come, first 
serve basis. 

An ASEP (American Sports Education 
Program) Coaches Clinic will be held Sat., 
Oct. 21 at the Best Suites in Hockford. These 
clinics are for individuals who are not teachers 
but interested in becoming certified coaches in 
not only Illinois but 34 other states as well. For 



further information call Mike Small at 635-8437 
or visit the web site at www.mike-small.com. 

On Saturday, Nov. 3, Harmony 
Snowmobile Club and The Golf Farm will 
be hosting the Grip-It and Rip-It Grass Drag, 
snowmobile drag race. 

Gates will open at 8 a.m. and racing 
begins at noon. All this is hosted by a local 
hometown club, The Harmony Snowmobile 
Club, in Johnsburg. 

The Court Aces have started their indoor 
tennis program on Oct. 17 at two locations. 
Tanglewood which is located near Routes 45 
and 50 and the Lake Bluff tennis club located 
near Routes 176 and 43. Classes are offered for 
all levels of play and for all ages. 

Classes are also offered for high school 
players preparing for their upcoming season. 
High level drills are introduced for the 
advanced or intermediate players with prac- 
tice in all strokes. Advanced beginner players 
practice stroking and drills that simulate play. 

Daytime classes are also held on 
Wednesdays and Thursdays at Tanglewood 
for all levels of play. Call Celeste at 662-5038, 
for a schedule and rates. 



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'Hie Antioch High football team will go into 
their last game against Mundelein looking to 
redeem some of their previous mistakes and go 
out on a winning note. 

The Sequoits of Antioch will go into Uieir 
final game Saturday afternoon with a record of 
2-6, thus eliminating themselves from the play- 
off picture. In a game where it may seem as if a 
team has nothing left to play for, it could actu- 
ally be the exact opposite. 

"It's an important game to win," said head 
coach Del Pechauer. "It's important to win 
your last home game and it's also important for 
the seniors to win their final game." 

The visiting Mustangs will head into batde 
in Antioch Saturday in the same boat as the 
Sequoits, a record of 2-6, and much pride to 

play for. 

The loser of Saturday's game will sit at the 
bottom of the conference in the final standings. 

Last year Antioch defeated Mundelein for 
their sixth win of the season, thus clinching a 
playoff spot. This year is a whole new ballgame. 
Both teams will be fighting for the better record 
and have many seniors that will walk off the 
field for the last time this weekend. 

According to Pechauer, his team feels they 
can pull out a victory. 

"This is definitely a winnable game," he 
said. "Their guys are going to give us problems 
though, hopefully we will give them more." 

Last weeks home game for Antioch against 
Warren was filled with problems for the host 
Sequoits. 

Antioch fell to the Blue Devils 20-0 in a 
messy, sloppy game, literally. 

The rain fell hard during the sophomore 
game as the sophomore team tore the field to 
mud before the varsity game ever started. 

The Sequoits continued there passing 
attack, however, it was not nearly as successful 
as it was against Stevenson. 

Senior quarterback P.J. Hilbert will start the 
final game of the season for Antioch, havingstart- 
ed every game the entire season.— Joe Pruski 
Carmel 42, Benet O 

Not even heavy winds, a torrential down- 
pour or a muddy field could slow down 



Cartel's offense as the Corsairs trounced 
Benet 42-0 to move to 0-0 on the season and 6- 
in the Catholic Metro White. 

"I figured that we would score maybe 14 
points in tin's weather," said head coach Andy 

Bitto. 

The game was scoreless after the first 

quarter but then Carmel came out with a bar- 
rage of 36 points in the second quarter. 

Quarterback Matt Roe led the team on the 
ground widi 148 yards on 1 1 carries, including 
a 73-yards TD run in the third quarter to cap 
Cai-mcl's scoring. Tailback Eric Luna chipped 
in with 56 yards on 15 carries and two TDs as 
the Corsairs rushed for 293 yards in the game. 

"We were able to take advantage of what 
they (Benet) gave us on offense," said Bitto. 

Next game: at Jolict Qitholic Oct. 19 at 
7:30 p.m. 

Llbeityville 56, Lake Forest 22 

The Wildcats aren't used to playing a 
"must win" game in order to just qualify for the 
playoffs. 

That's exacdy the situation Libertyville 
faced in its latest game against NSC Like rival 
Lake Forest. The situation was made even more 
desperate by the fact that the Cats' final game 
was against a very strong Stevenson team in 
Lincolnshire. 

With their backs against the wall 
Libertyville responded with a 35-2 half-time 
lead to put the game. 

The Cats amassed a balanced 316 yards of 
total offense, 160 yards on the ground and 156 
yards through the air. 

Tailback Gcrett Burl provided much of the 
ground attack as he rushed for 1 17 yards on 10 
carries and two TDs while quarterback Kevin 
Egidi (9-13, 156 yards) threw for three TDs, 
including a 62-yard TD pass to Shane Voigt in 
the first quarter. 

The -win moves Libertyville's overall record 
to 5-3 and 3-1 in the NSC Lake, meaning that 
should the Cats beat Stevenson they would 
clinch a tie for their third straight conference title. 

Next game: at Stevenson Oct. 19 at 7:30 
p.m. 

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The Lake Villa Timberwolves 
Featherweight football team improved its 
record to 4-2 with wins over McHenry 2 and 
McHenry 1. 

In the McHenry 2 game the Timberwolves 
defense stepped up after allowing a TD on 
McHenry's first possession. Lake Villa then, 
shut them out for the remainder of the game. 

The defensive line was led by Jackson 
Davenport, Pawel Zurkowski, Cameron Ringer, 
Michael Knapmiller and Kevin Grant. All applied 
constant pressure on the McHenry offense. 

Defensive backs Matthew Kremser, 
lames Menheer, Kyle Siedlecki, T.J. Siwy and 
Nick Waido shut down McHenry's passing 
attack. T.J. Siwy had a key interception and 
stopped the Hornets drive to end the half. Kyle 
Siedlecki put the Timberwolves on the board 
with a 30-yard punt return for a score to tie the 
game at 6-6. Ryan Thorsen led rushing attack 



for over 100 yards on the ground. T.J. Siwy 
hooked up with James Manheer for the game- 
winning touchdown. 

In the McHenry 1 game the defense shut 
down Hornets with interceptions by Nick 
Waido, Matthew Kremser, and T.J. Siwy. The 
offense was led by T.J. Siwy, who completed 
12-of-15 passes for over 100 yards. James 
Menheer made several key receptions, includ- 
ing a 30-yard game-winning TD pass from 
Siwy to vault the T'WoIves to a 6-0 victory. 

Other results 




The lindenhurst Predators tl-10 

boys travel soccer team beat Buffalo Grove 2- 
1 in a hard-fought battle. 

Lindenhurst, which plays in the Blue 1 
division, was lead by Andre Sippy and Shane 
Hunter with one goal apiece. John Androus and 
Robert Nogle are each credited with an assist 



. Keeper Danny preserved the victory with 
four outstanding saves. Other standouts 
include David Franco, Silas Grosch, Eric 
Hibner, Georg Katres, Stephen Korosis, Jack 
McColIum, Mitchell Post and Taylor Westrate. 
The 11-9 lindenhurst Titans remain 
undefeated by beating Libertyville's White 
squad 5-0. Vinnie Holm scored twice and 
goals by Tony Gallo, Kyle Melton and Nick 
Stilp helped preserve the victory. Tom Stevens 
and Alex Grimm combined for their third 

shutout of the year. JT 

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Beckman, Joey Carlborg, Matt Dexheimer, 
Nathan McMahon, Andrew Noda and. Josh 
Pohlman. 

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Basketball 

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Oct. 17, and 24 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the 
Fremont Middle School, located on Fremont 
Center Road west of Mundelein. 

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attend. The fee is $50. Players should bring 
their own basketball. For further information , 
please contact the Hoops hotline at 970-9300. 

Cannd High School will hold tryouts 
for the boys and girls Junior Corsairs basket- 
ball feeder teams for sixth, seventh and eight 
graders. All tryouts will take place in the Carmel 
gym. The schedule is as follows: Oct 21, sixth 
graders from 1-2 p.m.; seventh-graders from 
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p.m. On Oct 25, sixth-graders will meet from 6- 
7 p.m., seventh-graders from 7-8 p.m. and 
eighth-graders from 8-9 p.m.. On Oct 28, 
sixth-graders will meet from' 1-2 p.m., seventh- 
graders from 230-330 p.m. and eighth-graders 
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Coach of Pop Warner 

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Antioch is greatest 

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Coach Denny Porter talks with his Antioch Vikings youth football team during a practice at Pedersen 
Antioch. — Photo by Sandy Bressner I 



By ROB BACKUS 

Staff Reporter 



You may have not heard of Denny Porter, but the 
coach of the Antioch Vikings' youth football light 
weight teams has won more games in his career 
than legendary Chicago Bears head coaches 
George Halas and Mike Ditka — combined. 
* He is one person who has participated with success, 
not only in the Vikings program, but with youth football 
across the state. 

In a 33-year youth football coaching career, Porter has 



amassed a 496-33 record with three different programs 
. including the Vikings. For the record, Halas' mark as 
coach with the Bears was 324-151-31, Ditka's was 1 12-68. 

However, his illustrious coaching career almost never 
happened. 

In 1966 Porter, fresh out of college at the University of 
Missouri-Columbia and living in Palatine, was looking for 
a way to meet some new people and stumbled upon the 
Palatine Jaycees, a community service organization. 

v "I went to the first meeting and there was a list of 20 
projects on the board and I had to choose one," said . 
Porter. "One of them was organizing youth football. But 1 



didn't want to do it at first. 1 was talked into doing it." 

It's a good thing for the hundreds of kids Porter has 
coached over the years that he was convinced to do it. 

That year Porter organized the Palatine Panthers 
and coached the heavyweight team. The team went 14- 
and won the league. 

The following year, the team went 15-0 and won the 
league. 

In 1970 the program had grown so large that it split 
into two programs, North and South. North fed into 
Palatine High School and South fed into Fremd High 
School. Porter coached the South team, finishing sec- 
ond. 

Following the 1970 season, Porter moved to Buffalo 
Grove, forming the Buffalo Grove Bills, which started 
play in 1972. 

One little known fact about the Bills and the 
Panther's is that the team colors for both are black, gold 
and white, the same as the colors of the University of 
Missouri Tigers. 

Porter coached two lightweight teams (under 1 15 
pounds) for the Bills from 1972-1995 and was success- 
ful in just about every season. 

In the 23 years with the Bills, Porter's teams won the 
league championship 20 times, finished second once 
and third once. Only one time, in 1991, did he finish 
with a losing record. The 1991 team finished with a 3-8 
record. 

"Usually teams are seventh and eighth-graders but 
this team was all sixth and seventh-graders," said 
Porter. "Despite the poor record, the kids vowed to win 

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Lakeland Newspapers 



October 19, 2001 




Music at St. James announces season 

Duo Danica presents organ and oboe duos on Oct. 21 

members are four Chicago 
Symphony artists: Susan 
Synnestvcdt and Florence 
Schwartz, violin; Catherine 
Brubakcr, viola, and David 
Sanders, cello. Their pro- 
gram will include the 
Beethoven "Quartet in C 
Major, Op, 59, No. 3; and 
Quartet in a Minor, Op. 51, 
No. 2," by Brahms, and a 
Haydn quartet to be 
announced. 

The series will conclude 
on April 28 with a perfor- 
mance by Basically 
Baroque, four faculty mem- 
bers from Iowa State University: Rebecca 
Stuhr, Baroque (lute; Kevin Schillin, Baroque 
oboe; Lynn Zeigler, harpsichord; and Mary 
Pshonik, Baroque cello. The group will pre- 
sent works by Jean-Marie Leclair, Johann 
Sebastian Bach, Georg Phillip Telemann, 
Anna Bon, Benedetto Marcello, Carl Phillip 
Emanuel Bach, Johann Joachim Quantz and 
Carl Stamitz, 

There is no admission charge for Music at 
St. James concerts; a freewill offering will be 
taken. For more information, call St, James 
Lutheran Church at 234-4859 or visit the 
church's web site at www.stjameslutheran.org. 



Music at St. 
James has 
announced 
plans for its 
second season, with four 
concerts presented on Oct. 
21, Feb. 3, March 17 and 
April 28. All programs are 
on Sunday afternoon at 4 
p.m. at St. James Lutheran 
Church, 1380 N. Waukegan 
Rd. in Lake Forest. 

The 2001-02 season 
will open with Duo 
Danica on Oct. 21. This 
renowned "Danish 
Duo,"consisting of Asger 
Troelsen, organ, and Merete Hoffmann, 
oboe. Troelsen and Hoffmann, have given 
concerts throughout Scandinavia, Germany 
and the United States. 

The Danish government is sponsoring 
Duo Danica's U.S. tour to promote music of 
contemorary Danish composers. 

On Feb. 3, soprano Andrea Amdahl 
Taylor and pianist Richard Boldrey will pre- 
sent a recital of works by Handel, Bellini, 
Verdi, Berlioz, Koechlin and Sodheim. 

The Burnham String Quartet returns for 
its second appearance on the Music at St. 
James series on March 17, The quartet's 




Asger Troelsen and 
Merete Hoffmann 



Car rally gathers $55,000 for cancer friend 



All previous records were shattered as 
picture perfect weather provided the incen- 
tive to take the classic or special interest cars 
to Lake Geneva. The 24th Annual Lake 
Geneva Classic Car Rally benefited the 
American Cancer Society. Nearly 1,100 cars, 
trucks, boat-cars, "Amphicars," motorcycles 
and cars towing boats participated. 

Approximately $35,000 was raised to fight 
childhood cancer in memory of Corinne 
Kreissl, to be added to the $354,347 raised 
since the first rally in 1978. 

Founders of the Corinne Kreissl 
Foundation, George and Jan Kreissl, present- 



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all participants, volunteers and donors. 

The grand prize of $500 was donated by 
Tom and Dee Ziemba of Lake Geneva who 
were on hand to present the check. A matching 
$500 check was donated to the Cancer Society 
by Bill Donoghue in the winner's name. The 
winner of the grand prize was Omar Franco of 
Chicago. Second prize, "The Spa Escape 
Package" from Interlaken Resort and Spa, was 
won by Sherri Gricius of Park Ridge. Third 
prize, a two-night stay at Bella Vista on Geneva 
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to participate. There is no entry fee. 
Categories include Color Plant, Color 
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il all the next year and they did." 

In fact that 1992 team beat the Elgin 

Chiefs, the National Pop Warner champs, 

35-20 on its way to the title. 

Many other Bills teams also enjoyed 
success. 

His 1977 team outscored the opposi- 
tion 646-0 in an undefeated season. In 
1982, Porter's team won the National Pop 
Warner Championship in Atlanta. 

From 1981 to 1993, his team enjoyed a 
123-game winning streak. 

However, Porter doesn't give much of 
the credit to himself, but to others sur- 
rounding him. 

He gives much of the credit from his 
days with the Bills to his long time assis- 
tant coach Paul DuVal, 

"I was the head coach and ran the 
offense and Paul ran the defense," said 
Porter. "A lot of the credit goes to the 
other coaches I've worked with. The key 
to success is to surround yourself with 
good people." 

Following the 1995 season, Porter 
moved to Antioch and began to coach the 
lightweight team within the Vikings orga- 
nization. 

Porter inherited a 30-0 team from 
Brent Gandolfi and increased the winning 
streak to 68 games that ended with a loss 
to Libertyville. 

"Denny has brought a lot of football 
knowledge to the program," said Nebel. 
"We've starting using his offensive * 
scheme throughout the entire program." 



In addition to the 
coaching knowledge 
and added success that 
Porter has brought to 
the Vikings, he has also 
been vital to the pro- 
gram In other ways as a 
member of the board 
of directors including 
organization of trips 
and fund-raisers. 

Although the 496 
wins is already a Pop 
Warner record, sur- 
passing the former 
record of 424 wins by 
Greg Fohrman of the 
Elgin Chiefs, picking 
up his 500 th win would 
mean a lot to Porter. 

"500 wins would be 




a great milestone," said 

Porter. "I've had a lot of fun and I've been 

really successful." 

But win or lose, Porter plans to contin- 
ue coaching for years to come. 

"I intend to coach until I die," said 
Porter. 

All across Lake County, youth football has 

become an institution. 

The Antioch Vikings may be one of the 
smallest of these programs, but for over 30 
years, it has also enjoyed being one of the 
most successful in the county, even before 
Porter joined it. 

The program features both flag (5-to-6 
year olds) and tackle football at five dif- 
ferent levels including bantam (7-to-8 
year olds), peewee (9-to- 10 year olds), 
featherweight (1 1 -to- 12 year olds), light- 



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Vikings youth football team, tackle during a practice at 
Pedersen Park.— Photo by Sandy Bressner 




Aries- March 21/April 20 
You'll scare loved ones with your daredevil alti- 
tude, Aries. If you can control yourself, you'll avoid 
potential pitfalls. Being yourself proves to be pros- 
perous iihis week as well. Ypu|lljmd it jsajgood 
" tfme'tb sign legal documents or contracts. * ""*"** 
Residential moves on Saturday will be beneficial 
for your entire family. 

, Taurus - April 2 1 /May 2 1 
You may be having trouble fulfilling your desires, . 
Taurus. Talk to your partner about your likes and 
dislikes. Remember, compatibility is not measured 
by physical contact alone. You have to relate men- 
tally first. Your partner will be upset if you haven't 
given him or her enough attention. Take time to do 
something special. 

Gemini- May 22/|unc 21 
Take time to build a new friendship at work this • 
week, Gemini. This person will help you succeed 
with a project that arises mn Tuesday. He or she will 
also help defend you against someone who is pass- 
ing rumors about you at the office. Don't be on the 
defensive, things will blow over by Thursday. 

Cancer- June 22/July 22 ■ 
You're in the family spirit this week, Cancer. Take 
an impromptu vacation with your loved ones to get 
away from the hustle and bustle of dally stresses. 
Don't worry about the expense, you've socked 
away enough savings to enjoy yourself a little bit. 
Expect the (rip to go smoothly, with only a Utile 
opposition over the destination. 

Uo-Ju]y23/August23 

Your love for the spotlight works to your advantage 
this week, Leo. Show off your talents at a charity 
theater event or even just during a friendly game of 
Charades at a weekend soiree. Yet, be sure not to 
hog the spotlight — give others a chance to strut 
their stuff as well. 

VblD-Aug24/Sept22 
You will have to make a big purchase this week, 
Virgo. It could be that new car you've had your eye 
on or a special piece of furniture. Be sure to think 
through the purchase before rushing forth with your 
credit card. Remember, finances are a little tight 
right now and you have to make your money count. 



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Your partner is acting quite jealous this week, and 

with good reason, Libra. It seems you've been 

stealing glances at an attractive coworker lately. 

You probably are confused oyer whether to pursue 

this interest. The right opportunity occursbn 
Sunday. 

Scorpio -Oct 24 /Nov 22 . 

You engage in a heated match of words with a fam- 
ily member this week, Scorpio. Don't let your vin- 
dictive nature shine through. Be the bigger person 
and refuse to add fuel to the fire — after all, the 
argument Is over something petty. By Thursday 
things should cool off. 

Sagittarius - Nov 23/Dec 21 
Keep your mind off of past love interests,' 
Sagittarius, it can only get you into trouble. Try 
adding something different to your current rela- 
tionship to add a much-needed spark. You'll find 
that something as simple as a new piece of clothing 
or dinner at a new restaurant can restore your rela- 
tionship 

Capricorn - Dec 22/Jan 20 
juggling too much responsibility takes a toll on 
your spirits, Capricorn. It's time to slow down a bit 
and enjoy the view. Delegate some work to others 
to take some pressure off of you. Ask family mem- 
bers to help you with some of your household 
chores, like baby-sitting, laundry or a pot luck din- 
ner. You'll feel refreshed by Saturday. 

An*»rnM-Jan21/Febl8 
You need to distance yourself from those who have 
been leaning on you too much. Get on with the 
things you like to do. Don't go out on a limb for 
someone else. You've worked too hard to risk 
everything you've accomplished. Taking drastic 
measures will not help if you have a problem with 
your mate. Ask for opinions. 




- Feb 19/March 20 
Take a trip to get to know the nature of your bust 
ness better. Work can be rewarding if you visit 
clients and get to know them a little better. 
Romantic opportunities will unfold through the 
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weight (13-to-14 year olds) and heavy- 
weight (13-to-14 year olds). 

The program has approximately 320 * 
players at the six levels and an additional 
200 cheerleaders. 

"We grow by about 25 percent every 
year/' said Antioch Vikings President 
John Nebel, who is also the coach of the 
featherweight team. "Right now we're the 
biggest we've ever been." 

The Vikings compete in the Tri- 
County Youth Football League (TYFL) 



against teams from Cook, Lake and 
McHcnry counties. 

"Although we're the third smallest 
organization in the 10-team league,)we * 
compete very well against the big pro- 
grams," said Nebel. "That's due in large 
part to the coaching at all of the levels. 
They help tremendously." 

As featherweight coach in 1999, Nebel 
won a championship. 

"My biggest pleasure as a coach is tak- 
ing a group of kids and molding them 
into a solid competitive team," said 
Nebel. "The most important thing though 
is to have fun." 

Nebel's duties as president include 
oversight of the seven-member executive 
board, which oversees field set-up, fund 
raising and registration. 

"Those are all of the things you have to 
do in a volunteer organization," said 
Nebel of the board's responsibilities. 

The future of the program is bright as 
it continues to grow. 

"Our goal is to grow to the same size 
as the larger programs in our league," 
said Nebel. "We feel we could achieve 
this by bringing all of the players in 
Antioch, Lake Villa and Lindenhurst. We 
could develop into the best feeder pro- 
gram in Northern Illinois." 

Anyone interested in some level of 
participation in the program should call 
(847) 604-4070 or visit 

antiochvikings.com for further informa- 
tion. 




Quilters showcase talents 



The Village Quilters will be showcasing 
their talents at "Quilts From the Village VII" 
on Oct. 20-21 at the Gorton Community 
Center in Lake Forest. Over 200 quilts will be 
on display, featuring exquisite hand 
applique, intricate piecing, and beautiful 
quilting designs. Some of these works of art 
will be available for sale. In addition to the 
quilts of all descriptions, including some 
with a decidedly patriotic theme. A boutique 



of hand-made gift items, a merchant's mall 
of local quilt shops, a quilting demonstra- 
tion area, and a stunning raffle quilt round 
out the offerings. 

Village Quilters present "Quilts From the 
Village VII." Saturday, Oct. 20, 10 a.m. to 4 
p.m.; Sunday, Oct. 21 noon to 4 p.m. Gorton 
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October 19 t 2001 







Robert Mirabal performs "Music from a 
Painted Cave" on a PBS-TV fundraiser. 
Mirabal will be in concert on Oct. 21 at 
CLC's Mainstage Theater. 



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perform at CLC 

obert Mirabal, an award- 
winning flutist, vocalist, 
drummer and songwriter, will 
perform in concert at 7 p.m. on 
Oct. 21 in the Mainstage Theatre at the 
College of Lake County in Grayslake. 
Tickets arc $25 genqrai public, $23 for 
CLC students, alumni and seniors and 
$10 for children under 12. 

Mirabal is a native of the Taos Pueblo 
tribe in New Mexico where he learned 
drumming early in his life and started 
carving traditional Indian flutes at age 18. 
Me is considered the most visible Native 
American flutist in the country today. 

"That piece of wood gave me a life, a 
way to survive and a way to 
communicate," Mirabal noted. 

Mirabai's music is an expression of the 
rich stories of his Native American 
culture with a blend of pop rock music. 
Mirabai's style is less commercial than 
many of his contemporaries, building his 
melodies on the rituals that have 
surrounded him all of his life. 



As a musician, Mirabal has excelled 
with six successful albums to his credit. "Taos Talcs," his most recent album reached 
number four on the New Age Voice Charts, and Amazon.com named him the New Age 
Artist of the Year in 1 999. He gained national recognition from his appearances on several 
PBS-TV fundraisers, including "Music from a Painted Cave" and "Spirit: A Journey in 
Dance, Drum and Song." 

For tickets or additional information, call the box office at 543-2300. 



FITNESS 



Gurnee Running Club 

Bored of running by yourself? The Gurnee 
Park District offers friendship on the running trail 
with The Running Club. Prepare for5K',10Kor the 
ultimate race -the mnrathnn. Past members have 
been encouraged to challenge themselves and 
complete the Chicago Marathon as well as several 
local races. This on-going program allows partici- 
pants to sign up anytime. 

The Running Club meets on Saturdays at 7:30 
a.m. in Viking Park and is open to those 1G years 
old and above. For information, call (i23-77HB. 

No excuses 

If a hectic schedule, previous failures or lack of 
information prevent health goals from being 
reached, there is help available. The Lake Villa 
Chapter of TOPS (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly) 
extends an invilution to tiiose wishing to become 
healthier. The group offers recipes, guest speakers, 
motivation and weekly weigh-ins. 

Open to preteens, teens, men and women, 
TOPS meets on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at the 
Church of the Holy Family, 252U1 W. Lehman in 
liike villa. For additional information, call 
587-7710 or 507-1422. 

Yoga continues 

Friday morning yoga classes will continue at 
Gorton Community Center, 400 E. Illinois Road in- 
Lake Forest. Practical Living Yoga will take place 
from Nov, 2 through Dec. 28, from 1030 a.m. until 

noon. The class blends eastern philosophy with 
western know-how for a practical approach to 
wellness with Hatha yoga. The fee is $00. 

Participants should register and pay in 
advance. For further information, call 234-GOGO. 

Turkey shoot 

The Northbrook Park District's 
annual turkey shoot will be held on 
Saturday, Nov. 10 at Sportsman's 
Country Club, 3533 Dundee Road in 
Northbook. This four-man scramble is a 
popular event and registration deadline is 
Nov. 7. Prizes will be awarded in both 
gross and net divisions. The tournament 
begins promptly at 9 a.m. For informa- 
tion or applications, call 291-2351, ext. 3. 




KIDS STUFF 



Tick-tock clay 

Parents and youngsters can create and paint 
an authentic clay clock at a Northbrook Park 
District workshop on Sunday, Oct. 21 at 1 p.m. 
Children age 6-12 and parents can share their 
creativity at the Leisure Center, 3323 Walters 
Avenue in Northbrook. All supplies arc included. 
For more information, call 291-2900. 

Child care 

Bright Beginnings Family Day Care Network is 
looking for nurturing and responsible Individuals 
who would like to start their own business while 
staying at home with their children, hike and 
Mc Henry County residents can receive assistance 
in getting licensed, referrals and technical 
assistance through this progrurn. 

For more infonnntion on how to become a 
quality infant and toddler day care provider, call 
Terysa Miller at 35G-4 112. 



MUSIC 



Irish sound 

Durty Nellie's, modeled after a real Irish venue 
built in 1 020 near Bunratty Castle in County Clare, 
Ireland, will feature the Irish /folk sound of Whitney 
O'Day on Sunday, Oct. 21,0 p.m.-midnight. There is 
no cover charge for litis special show. 

Maggie Speaks with Everyman takes the stage 
on Saturday, Oct. 20. Cover Is $5. 

Durty Nellie's, 55 N. Bothwell in Palatine, 
offers live music Tuesday (folk), Wednesday 
(varies), Friday and Saturday (rock) with two 
stages, one for full bands, and one for acoustic 

acts. Call 35A-9 150 for more information. 

Hail and Farewell 

Help kick off what will truly be a season to 
remember as the Waukegan Symphony Orchestra 
present "Hail and Farewell " at 4 p.m. on Sunday, 
Oct. 28 at the Waukegan High School, Orlin D. 
Trapp Auditorium. Music Director Stephen 
Blackwelder has chosen a colorful collection fea- 
turing the Overture to Cost fan tuttc, "Overture to 

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Willinm Tell," FJegiefor Violoncello featuring 
William Anthony Porter, cello and other pieces. 

Tickets ore $ 1 5 for adults, $ 1 2 for seniors and 
military and children under IB arc free. Children 
under 12 must he accompanied by an adult. 
Season tickets ore still available. 

Dill the office at 360*4740 or visit 
mvw.waukeRanparks.org/jbc for ticket information. 

Kansas to rock 

'Hie Hem mens Cultural Center will be rocking 
on Saturday, Nov. 3 at p.m. when Kansas appears 
on stage. Kansas features four original members, 
including its drummer and founder, Phil Bliurt. The 
group has earned eight gold albums and a had 
million-selling gold single with, "Dust in the Wind. M 

Tickets are $42, main floor and $38, balcony. 
Golden circle tickets are sold out. Call the 24-hour 
charge- it line at 931-5900 for tickets. 

Chorus holds auction 

In celebration of 34 years, Gerry Troxler's 
Choral Dynamics is holding an evening of fun and 
prizes. On Saturday, Oct. 20, from 6:30-9 p.m., the 
group will host a silent auction to help defray 
chorus cost. There will be food, raffles, bake sale 
and a "stump the choir" game. This event is being 
held at the Community Protestant Church, 418 N. 
Prairie Avenue in Mundelein. 

The chorus is open to anyone interested in 
singing and they are always seeking new members. 
High school singers are welcome and a scholarship 
is offered to assist in advancing student musical 
education. For information, call 77G- 1 935. 



and $6 on Friday and Saturday. No reservations arc 
required. Free parking is available. For reservations 
and information, call 266-1313. 



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Cool nights, hot Salsa 

lack Ucnny Center for the Arts is a satellite of 
Chicago's liitin Street Dance Company and together 
they can help dance the night away. Two levels of 
Latin dance classes are being offered at the dance 
studio, lower level of the Center, 39 Jack Benny Drive 
In Waukegan. Level I-beginner takes place Oct. 23- 
Nov. 13 and Level IMntermediate beginner, Nov. 20- 
Dcc.l l.Thc Tuesday evening classes from 7:30-8:30 
p.m., cost is $55 for residents, $60 for non-residents 
of Waukegan Park District. 

Call 360-4740 for more information. 



ART SHOWS 



FESTIVAL 



The Great Eight 

Take the opportunity to go beyond the 
German celebration in October at The 
Eight," an international beer festival at Pops 
High wood, 214 Green Bay Road in Highwood, on 
Oct. 18-20. Over 30 great specially crafted beers 
from eight different countries will be featured. 

Patrons will be able to taste the different beers 
Willi four ounce samples of the featured 36 vari- 
eties for $3 each. Live entertainment will be a part 
of the festivities each evening at 8:30 p.m. 

The cover charge is $3 at the door on Thursday 



Time for beads 

The Suburban Fine Art Center semi-annual 
bead sale takes place on Sunday, Oct. 28 from 10 

a.m. to 5 p.m. The show features imported, origi- 
nal, glass, antique, unique and unusual beads. 
Jewelry and beaded objects will also be for sale. 
Admission is $2 for adults, children admitted free. 

The sale takes place at the Highland Park 
Community House, 1991 Sheridan Road in 
Highland Park. For information, call 432-1888. 

St. James show 

A craft show will be held on Sunday, Nov. 4 
from 7*30 a.m. to 2*30 p.m. at St. James School, 140 
North Avenue in Highwood and features juried 
crafters. A book fair, bake sale and food concession 
will also be included. A raffle will take place with a 
grand prize of a hand-made quilt. Free admission. 

For information, call 681-1390 or 432-5019. 

Artists eye 

The Kenosha Public Museum, 550 First 
Avenue in Kenosha, presents " Artists Studio: Diane 
Levesque," Nov. 1-14 in the museums an gallery. 
Levesque will be demonstrating the art of oil paint- 
ing, from stretching the canvas to the finished 
painting from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. daily. 

Call 262-653-4 140 for more information. 



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hirty-six years ago the Kirk Players presented their debut • 
show in a modest church fellowship room. Later, the 
spacious Mundelein High School stage became home to seasonal 
productions. Approximately 1 17 shows later, the Players are taking their first 
production of the 36th Season to a new venue. The Cuneo Museum invited the Kirk 
Players to perform "Rumors," Neil Simon's classic comedy/farce, in the center of their 
beautiful mansion. 

This opportunity allows an expansion of show dates to include more perfomances 
so that "Rumors" will have an unprecedented four-weekend run. Performance dates 
are Oct. 19, 20, 26-28 and Nov. 2-4, 9-1 1. The traditional Friday and Saturday evening 
performances are expanded, and three Sunday matinees have been added. 

The seating capacity at the Cuneo mansion is a mere fraction of the space that the 
Mundelein High School Auditorium provides as the mansion seats less than 100 
patrons. Due to this limited seating space, patrons must call the Cuneo Museum's 
24-hour hotline to reserve seats. Kirk Player Season Tickets will be honored and 
individual tickets will be sold, but reservations must be made. 

The Cuneo Museum and Gardens is located at 1350 N. Milwaukee Avenue in 
Vernon Hills. Ticket prices are $15.00 for adults and $12.00 for students, seniors and 
museum members. Call 362-3042 to reserve tickets. For more information, visit the 
Kirk Players web site at www.geocities.com/kirkplayers, or call John Lynn at 566-6594. 



Cellist Matt Haimovitz kicks off 
Ravinia's Rising Star string series 



' Cellist Matt Haimovitz opens Ravinia 
Festival's eleventh annual Rising Star string 
series with an Oct. 26 concert. The Friday 
evening concert begins at 8 p.m. in Bennett 
Gordon Hall in the John D. Harza Building on 
the Ravinia Festival grounds. Haimovitz will 

be accompanied by Itamar Golan. 

Since Matt Haimovitz's debut with the 
Israel Philharmonic and Zubin Mchta in 
1985, he has made the transition from 
prodigy to a mature artist through his 
lyricism and intensity. Haimovitz's repertoire 
is ever-expanding and features classical cello 
sonatas, as well as twentieth century pieces. 
His musical knowledge had been employed 
by such orchestras as the Boston Symphony, 
the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Chicago 
Symphony, Orchcstre de Paris and the Berlin 
Philharmonics. 

Haimovitz's many honors include the 



Grand Prix Disque award for his recording 
"Suites and Sonatas for Solo Cello" and the 
Avery Fisher Career Grant. 

The program will include Schubert's 
Sonata in A minor, D.821 CArpeggione"}; 
Schumann's Adegio and Allegro; Chopin's 
Polonaise Brilliante; Robert Stem's 
"Hazkarah" for Cello and Piano; and 
Schoslakovich's Sonata for Cello and Piano. 

On Saturday, Oct. 27, Haimovitz will host 
a private master class at the Merit School of 
Music in Chicago. In the tradition of musi- 
cians sharing and teaching others, these 
classes have provided hands-on training for 
. artists eager to learn more about technique 
and musicianship. Ravinia Festival supports 
educational programs through its several out- 
reach initiatives. 

. For more information call 266-500 or visit 
the web site at www.ravinia.org. 



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who want to take the ACT 
Assessment have two chances to 
I register before the Dec, 8 test date. 
The postmark registration deadline is Friday, 
Nov. 2. There is also a late registration post- 
mark deadline on Nov. 15 (an additional fee 
is required for late registration). Students can 
get information from their school counselor 
or register online at www.act.org. 

ACT scores are accepted by virtually all 
colleges in the nation, including all Ivy 
League schools. The test fee is $24. A studen- 
t's. ACT scores are considered by col- 
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extracurricular activities, personal back- 
ground and other information. 

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Assessment, including registration forms and 
test locations, contact your high school coun- 
selor or go to the ACT website, www.act.org, 
which also offers useful tips, sample tests and 
the opportunity to order test prep materials. 



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Houses (additional fee required), Love at First Fright Musical, plus all of your favorite rides 
and attractions. 

The hours for these attractions are Fridays, Oct., 1 9, 26, 5- 1 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct., 
20, 27, 10u.ni.-9 p.m. and Sunday, Oct., 21, 28, 10 a.m.- p.m. 

For further information contact Six Flags at 249-INFO or at sixflags.com. 

Haunted galleries and hikes 

Come wander through the haunted halls of the bike County 
Discovery Museum located at the Lakewood Forest Preserve in 
Wauconda at Fairfield Road and Route 176. Hear about some of the 
oddities in Lake County's past. Children activities will he available 
every night. Thirty-minute tours begin every 1 5 minutes. Costumes 
are encouraged. The gallery will he opened for this event Oct. 29 
through Nov. 2, Monday-Friday from 6-8 p.m. Admission is $6 for 
adults, S3 for kids ages -1-17. 

I like through a Halloween woods where some natural and 
not-so-natural creatures will teach you about nature. Finish in a 
log cabin with cider and a fresh doughnut. The program isn't 
scary, so even the littlest tykes will have fun. Please note, this pro- 
gram is intended for families, not as a field trip for large groups. 
Hikes begin on Friday, Oct. 26 at 6 p.m. and on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 5:30 

p.m. Call the museum for additional times. The cost for families with children up to 12 years old is $7 
per person ($9 for those who live outside Lake County). 

Registration and prepayment is required by calling 968-3400. 

Northbrook Park District Halloween happenings 




The Northbrook Park District's Tour of Terror will be brand new this Halloween year, scheduled to haunt 
folks at the Sports Center, 1730 Pfingsten Road in Northbrook. The location is new, as are me frightening 
scenes and characters, guaranteed to put a real scare in all who dare to venture through the House. 

Dates and times for the Haunted House are Oct. 27, 28, 30 and 3 1 from 6-9 p.m. $7 passes ($9 at the 
door) will include ice skating session and skate rental and a Halloween costume contest (sec below). 
Admission is $3 without ice skating ($4 at the door). Additional new Halloween Park District adventures 
include: • • 

Pumpkin Patch— held on Saturday, Oct. 27, also at the 1730 Pfingsten Road Sports Center, at 5 p.m. A 
brand new Kids Only Haunted House will be available on Oct. 27 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. 

•\ Halloween Ice Skating Extravaganza— Offered this year at the Sports Center, along with the Haunted 
House. The rink will be open on the same evenings as the Tour of Terror (Oct. 27, 28, 30, and 31) from 7-9 
p.m. A Halloween Costume Contest will be held on the 31 st with prizes going to costume winners. 

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On Oct. 30 (he Grayslake Public Library 

will scare you silly with fun Halloween stories, 
music and a delicious snack. Costumes are wel- 
come. Hours for 3-5 year olds (independently) is 
between 1-2 p.m. and for grades K-3 from 7-0 p.m. 
The Grayslake Area Public Library is located at 
100 Library Lane. Call 223-5313 to register or for 
further information. 

The annual "Good and Ghosty Morning" on 
Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Fremont Library is a 
half-hour of Halloween fun for children from 
preschool age through grade 2 and their parents. 
Older and braver children in grades 3-6 are invited 
to an hour of fright and frolic in the afternoon. 
Teens in grades 7 and above can hear urban 
legends "after hours" at 7 p.m. because "In the 
library, nobody can hear you scream." 

Everyone is welcome to come in costume. 

The library is located at 1 170 N. Midlothian 
Road, in Mundelcin. Dill U 18-320G for times and 



further information. 

A preschool Costume Harvest Party will be 
held on Thursday, Oct. 25 at 10 a.m. Register your 
three to five year old for the party by calling the . 

Library at 587-0198. Fox Lake District library is 

located at 255 E. Grand Avenue. For further 
information, call 587-0198. 

On Thursday, Oct. 25 from 7-8 p.m., the 
Waukegan Library will host storytelling for 
grades four through eight. Scare yourself silly 
with some ghoulish stories in celebration of the 
haunting time of the year. 

Family Halloween Hoot will be held on 
Saturday ,Oct. 27 at 10-1 1 a.m. 

Pumpkin time is here. Join the Waukegan 
Public Library as they celebrate the scariest day on 
the calendar with ghostly tales, a pumpkin game, 
and Halloween tunes. Costumes are optional. 
Waukegan Public Library is located at 128 North 
County Street in Waukegan. 






Ghost Stories at Volo Bog 

Ghost Stories 2001 at Volo Bog celebrates with storyteller Dan Keding. Keding has released over a 
dozen recordings during his careen most recently "In a Dead Man's Company," a CD of dark and ghostly 
stories that received "The Storytelling World Winner Award" as one of the best storytelling recordings in 
2000. Keding accompanies himself on guitar, banjo and spoons. This combination of dynamic storytelling 
and powerful ballad singing has made him a festival favorite throughout the U.S., Great Britian and Ireland, 
endearing him to audiences of all ages. 

Opening for Keding this year is "The Hartland Express," a folk duo from Woodstock. Chris Strong and 
Roger Schiller have been performing together for over 30 years and continue to create new pieces 
including one written especially for Volo Bog— "Bogged Down in Volo". 

Donations of $3 for adults and $1 per child (minimum age 5 please) will be requested for 
this spine-chilling evening presented by Volo Bog State Natural Area and the Friends of 
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Storytelling Fund are hosting a storytelling concert, "Ghost Stories" featuring acclaimed 
national storyteller LaRon Williams and local storytellers Darlene Neumann, Jim Pfitzer, . 
Oba William King and Denia Hester. Storytellers from National-Louis University that will .. \ 
be performing include Hide Mathews, Amy Ressler and Jane Stcnson. ._} J i» . t / 

This event will lake place on Friday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. in the Weinstein Auditorium \ /k, 

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IiiRon Williams, rapports with audiences of all kinds. Children and audiences respond with equal 
enthusiasm to his warmth and vigor as he uses dialect, facial expressions and incorporates singing, acting 
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diction in "Pygmalion," a comedy about 
how society superficially judges people 
by their dialect and manners. 
- In this forerunner to the Broadway and 

Hollywood musical adaptation of "My Fair Lady," a 
self-centered professor of phonetics transforms a 
guttersnipe Cockney flower girl into someone who 
can pass herself off as a high-bred duchess. 

Apple Tree Theater's revival of "Pygmalion" fea- 
tures veteran actor Daniel J. Travanti as the 
pompous, dictatorial Henry Higgins who can't pass 
up a challenge of reshaping scruffy Eliza Doolittle 
(Kate Fry, a talented young actress). Travanti com- 
ports himself with a boyish flair, By the end of Act 
II there's genuine heat between the professor and 
his charge. 

Higgins is egged on by his kindly friend 
Col. Peckering (Roger Mueller, in a solid perfor- 
mance). But during the six-month experiment, 
Higgins gradually becomes enchanted with 
his adept student-turned-independent 
woman - though he isn't about to admit this 
even to himself. 

Ann Whitney provides good support as 
Henry's wise but long-suffering mother as 
do Brian Gill as the doting rich admirer and 
Bill McGough, the streetwise philosopher 
Albert Doolittle. 

Tliis "Pygmalion," directed by William 
Brown, provides the expected light-heart- 
ed, but it's not faultless. Most of the cast 
seems to have mastered very little of the 
range of British accents demanded in this 
play. In addition, it's hard to drum up 
much enthusiasm for the Spartan one- 
size-fits-all set, with little in the way of 
scenic changes. 

"Pygmalion" plays through Oct. 
28. For tickets information call 432-4335 
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Judith Gitchell, left, and Maryann Saxon cuddle kittens and puppies available for 
adoption through Assist* Animal Fouondation, one of northern Illinois' leading pet 
adoption agency. All animals for adoption are determined to be "family friendly." 
Assisi is holding its annual benefit dinner-dance and auction Saturday, Nov. 3, at 
Crystal Lake Country Club. Information about tickets and adoption can be 
obtained at (815) 455-9411. 



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The Chicago International Children's ; 
Film Festival (CICFF) is again bringing the 
world to Chicago. From Oct. 25 - Nov. 4, the 
CICFF will present over 200 films from over 
45 countries. Chaired by Ms. Maggie Daley, 
this year's festival will take place at Facets 
Multimedia, 1517 W. Fullerton Avenue in 
Chicago and at the General Cinemas' 2600 N. 
Western Avenue in Chicago. 

Perfect fare for young people and perfect- 
ly acceptable by parents, the Chicago 
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cited by Marjorie Hogan of the American 
Academy of Pediatrics' Committee on 
Communications as M A jewel representing 
the very best in international children's video 
and television programs that have passed 
strict criteria for selection." 

From Sri Lanka to Denmark, filmmakers 
the world over recognize the CICFF as the 
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submit over 600 entries for consideration 
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Degrees of Separation," a long run- 
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JoAnne Zielinski featuring Clarence Booth as 
Paul, Julie Postesta as Ouisa and Edward 

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Inspired by a true story, Guare's vibrant 
and funny play follows the trail of Paul, a 
young black con man, claiming to be Sidney 
Potier's son. Among Paul's victims are Ouisa 
and Flan Kittercdge, wealthy New Yorkers, 
who open their home and pocketbook to this 
young man. Paul assumes the guise of a 
Harvard College chum of their two children. 
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realize they are victims of an elaborate hoax. 
Guare has packed an amazing amount of 
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challenging ideas into "Six Degrees of 
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Bandits' has audience appeal you can take to the bank 



Bank robbers, as film 
characters, are often 
portrayed as anti-heroes, 
Unlike villains, whom we 
love to hate, anti-heroes are the 
anti-establishment rogues we hate 
to love, but love anyway. 

Director Barry Levinson's new 
film ''Bandits" gives us two quirky 
anti-heroes: Joe (Bruce Willis), a 
hothead with a suave, sexually mag- 
netic personality, and his unlikely 
friend and partner, Terry, an obses- 
sive-compulsive hypochondriac, 
with a portfolio of neuroses. 

Following a spontaneous jail- 
break, the pair remedies their 
poverty with a spontaneous bank 
robbery. 

They get away clean, and while 
holed up overnight with a pair of 
teenagers with absent parents, they 
make plans for financing a new life 
us club owners in Mexico. 

In order to make getaways 
more effective, they hook up with 
Joe's cousin, an amateur stuntman, 
who dreams of Hollywood, and a 
girl in pink cowboy boots. 

In spite of a series of stunningly 
horrible disguises, the robbers 
become recognizable to the public, 
which dubs them the "sleepover 
bandits." 

During the course of a clumsy 
getaway, Terry encounters Kate 
(Cate Blancheti), in the process of 



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escaping a stultifying marriage to a 
neglectful husband. Kate attaches 
herself to the pair, becoming their 
accomplice while the police and 
media assume she is a hostage. 

The triangle becomes yet more 
complicated as Kate decides that, 
together, the two thieves equal 
"one perfect man." 

Barry Levinson, who has direct- 
ed other offbeat movies such as 
"Rainman," M Wag the Dog," "Good 
Morning Vietnam" and "High 
Anxiety," apparently gave the actors 
free reign to develop the personali- 
ties in this character-driven romp. 

Each character has several layers 
to penetrate. Joe, who appears, on 



the surface, to be a hot-tempcrcu, 
fearless, smooth operator, is also 
given to reading and quoting 
Chinese philosopher Lao-tzu. Terry, 
a nervous wreck who assumes the 
symptoms of any disease within 
earshot, is also the mastermind of 
the sleepover bandits' extremely 
successful modus operandi. 

As the police close in, the ban- 
dits make a last daring move. 

Any more plot information 
would be a spoiler. The twists 
at the end are surprising 
enough to be fun, yet logi- 
cally evolve from the char- 
acters and their situations. 

The film defies genre, 
with something for 
everyone. A good 
film for couples, 
this movie will 
appeal to those 
who love 
"chick flick" 
romantic 
comedies as 
well as those 
who love more 
typical Bruce 
Willis vehicles, with 
lots of action and wild 
stunts. 



For those concerned about the 
MPAA rating, there are shootings, 
but no deaths and little blood. 
There is sexuality, but it is under- 
stated and not graphic. The amoral 
message of the anti-hero may 
require some parental interpreta- 
tion, but otherwise, the film is not 
objectionable for teens. 

For its well-paced plot, well- 
drawn characters and offbeat 
sheer entertainment value, 
I give this film 
four well-packed 
popcorn boxes. 
Even at eight 
bucks a 



'Bandits' 

Rating 

PG- 1 3 

Director 

Barry Levinson 

Starring 

Bruce Willis 

Billy Bob Thornton 

Cate Blanchett 




Billy Bob Thornton and Bruce Willis plan a series of bank 
robberies in the MGM release "Bandits," which opened Oct. 12. 



Mansion holds 'Rumors 9 

The Kirk Players takes their first 
production of the season to a new . 
venue. The Cunco Museum will be 
the stage for "Rumors," Neil 
Simon's classic comedy/farce. 

Performance dates are Oct. 19, 
20, 26-28 and Nov. 2-4, 9-1 1. The 
traditional Friday and Saturday 
evening performances are expand- 
ed, and three Sunday matinees 
have been added. 

Call the Cuneo Museum's 24- 
hour hotline to reserve seats. The 
Cuneo Museum and Gardens is 
located at 1350 N. Milwaukee Ave. in 
Vernon Hills. Ticket prices are $15, 
adults and S12 for students, senior 
and Museum Members. Call 362- 
3042 to reserve tickets. (See "Check it 

OufUtkeBfeSJ 

Calling spirits 

The Attic Playhouse, 410 
Sheridan Kd. in Highland, is now 
presenting Noel Coward's "Blithe 
Spirit." Dinner guests are surprised 
when Madame Arcati summons up 
more than expected during a 
seance in this whimsically witty 
and brilliantly clever romantic 
farce. Performances run through 
Oct. 21 on Fridays and Saturdays at 
8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. 

Tickets are $14 in advance and 
$15 at door. Discounts given to 
seniors, students with ID, military 
and groups. For tickets or informa- 
tion, call 433-2660. 



ON STAGE 



He returns to the family farmhouse 
for a surprise visit, only to realize no 
one there remembers him. Hilarious 
and frightening, filled with striking 
images and powerful dialogue, 
"Buried Child" is a modern classic 
by one of America's great living 
playwrights. 

Purchase tickets at die 
Milwaukee Repertory Theater box 
office, 108 E Wells St. in Milwaukee 
or call 414-224-9490. 

Papai and Pinocchio 

Bring the family to Cutting Hall 
for the classic tale of "Pinocchio" 
performed by the Papai Players. 
This one-hour musical is sure to 
delight the entire family. Cutting 
Hall is located at 150 Wood St. in 
Palatine. 

Scheduled performances are as 
follows: Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 10 
a.m., Saturday Oct. 27 at 10:30 a.m., 
Friday, Nov. 2 at 10 am, Tuesday, 
Nov. 6 at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 10 
at 10:30 a.m., and Thursday, Nov. 
15 at 10 a.m. Call 359-9556 for 
reservations. Tickets are $7 pre- 
paid or $8 at the door. 



Visit Wonderland 

Chicago Playworks for Families 
and Young Audiences presents 
Lewis Carol's "Alice in 
Wonderland," playing now through 
Dec. 1 at DePaul University's Merel 
Reskin Theatre, 60 E. Balbo Dr. in 
Chicago. 

Sure to amuse and enthrall, 
this classic children's tale traces the 
colorful adventures of a very logical 
girl in an illogical world. 
Recommended for age 6 and up. 

Performances are on Tuesdays 
and Thursdays at 10 a.m. and 
Saturdays at 2 p.m. Call 312-922- 
1999 for tickets. Discount parking 
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The comic musical, "Hello 
Muddah, Hello Faddart!" is now 
playing at Apple Holler's Red Barn 
Theatre. Based on the songs of 
1960s comic Allan Sherman, 
Douglas Bernstein and Rob Krausz 
wrote the musical that plays 

through Nov. 24. 

The musical follows the life of 

Barry Bookman, from birth to 
retirement. As a child, he goes to 
summer camp— Camp Granada, of 
course — then meets his girlfriend. 
The two marry, live full lives and 

retire to Florida. 

Performance dates vary, so call 
for information, 262-886-8500. 

Apple Holler is just west of 1-94, 
between Hwy. 11 and Hwy. KR exits. 

A homecoming 

Sam Shcpard's unique vision of 
the American heartland comes to 
life in the Stlemke Theater. "Buried 
Child" is the story of a son coming 
home after a after six-year absence. 



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humor, enjoys gardening, fine dining, travel. 
Looking lor an honest SWM. 55-75, for 
casual dating to start. Adtf.1490 

HAVE THE TIME 

Spontaneous SWF, 56, 57", blonde, blue 
eyes, enjoys dancing, gardening, yard 
sales, dancing and music. ISO SWM, 48* 
65, easygoing, social and likes to cuddle. 

Ad#.1484 

AREWEMEANTTOBE? 
SWF, 36, 5'2\ brown hair/eyes, has kids, 
outgoing, friendly, onjoys zoo, museum, 
walks on beach, movies, camping, spend 
time with children, ISO SWM, 36-43, carina, 

likes children, similar interests, for LTR. 
Ad#.1471 

GO TOGETHER 

SHF, 57, 5\ 120Ibs„ blonde hair, hazel 
eyes, enjoys walks, talking. Ihe beach, 
parks, movios and traveling. ISO SWM, 50- 
58, sincore, beautiful inside, with common 
interests. Ad#.1 460 

KIND-HEARTED? 

Honest SWF, 63, 5'2", height/weight propor- 
tionate, brown hair/eyes, likes traveling, fine 
dining, cooking and gardening. ISO honest, 
humorous SWM, 55-75, for friendship. 
Adtt.1457 

CANT HARDLY WAIT 

To meet you! The happiest day in the life of 
Ihis WF, 52, loves Great Danes, walks, bicy- 
cling, will be when I meet youl ISO com- 
panionship and fun with a compatible WM, 
50-70, loves dogs. Adi. 1453 

I AM THE ONE FOR YOU 

Honest, romantic, fun-loving SH mom, 20, 
4'9", 154lbs. Hoping to meet a romantic, 
honest SM, 20-25, who knows how to treat 
and respect me. Ad#.1450 

CALL FOR DETAILS 

Fun, easygoing, down-to-earth SF, 18, 5'8", 
165lbs., with black hair and brown eyes, 
who likes movies, reading, swimming, ISO 
fun, down-to-earth SWM, 19-26. Adi. 1440 

GENTLE 

I'm a gentle SWF princess. I'm wise, roman* 
tic, slender, attractive, young-looking, 48, 
agnostic and atheistic. I seek a chivalrous, 
easygoing gentleman, for eventual mar- 
riage andtor a deep love. Adi.5220 

NEW EXPERIENCES 

SWF, 46, ST, 17Mbs.. auburn hair and 
hazel eyes. She is affectionate, honest, and 
enjoys good communication, plays, reading 
and much more. She is seeking a SWM, 
40*56, who shares these interests and 

more. Adi.5296 

SERKHIS4MNDED 

SBF. 28, 5'2", brown hair/eyes, mocha com- 
plexion, enjoys outdoors, movies, plays and 
comedy shows. Seeks an honest, mature, 
good-listener SWM, 28-38. Ad#.1376 

OLDER GENTLEMAN 

Kind, honest, attractive, petite SWF, 26, 
5*4", 115(0$., long brown hair, blue eyes, 
enjoys shopping, dining out, movies, seeks 
SWM, 67-SMof friendship. Adi.1362 

ISO HONESTY 

Outgoing, humorous SWF, 51, 5'2*, 105ibs., 
green eyes, enjoys dancing, reading, the 
pier, seeks giving, fair, personable SWM, 
50-55, for friendship. Adi.1367 



SHARE YOUR TIME... 

With a cute, personable WF, 49, 5'3\ full- 
figured, red hair, enjoys travel, nature, 
snooping, camping, bicycling, sightseeing 
ana animals. ISO easygoing WM, 45*55, 
N/S.Ad#.1363 . 

ALL THIS AND MORE 




the happiness in life. Ad#.1361 

CUDDLY AFFECTIONATE 

WF, 56, 5T, blond, blue eyes, loves laugh- 
ter, life and people, arts & crafts, oarage 
safes, boating, the outdoors, gardening, 
animals. ISO honest, sensible, cuddly, 
spontaneous WM,. 50-65, a gentleman, 
monogamous relationship, Adi, f 349 

CALL AND SEE 

SWPF, 64, seeking SWPM, 60-70, N/S, for 
movies, theater, dining, conversations, and 
laughing out loud. Adi, 1346 



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DANCE WITH ME 

Humorous, outgoing SWF, 63, 5'5", 140lbs., 
brown hair, onjoys dancing, crafts, cooking, 
walking, traveling. ISO SWM, 60*70, 5'8"+, 
N/S, occasional drinker okay, who onjoys 
dancing, for LTR. Adi, 1352 

SEED OF FRIENDSHIP 

Outgoing DWF, 37, 5'9\ 135lbs., blonde hair, 
ISO nice, easygoing, humorous SWM, 35* 
45, who enjoys movies, traveling, sports, ski- 
ing, biking and long walks, for friendship first 
and possible LTR. Ad*. 1354 

SHARE SPECIAL TIMES 

WWF, 58, enjoys outdoors, golf, tennis and 
animals, seeks SWM, 50-60, to share special 
times wilh and talk to, for friendship. 
Adi.1316 

MAKE ME LAUGH 

Outgoing SWF, 47, 57", reddish-brown hair, 
green eyes, height/weight proportionate, 
enjoys art projects, seeking a tall, intelligent, 
financially secure SWM, 43-52, must be 
humorous. Adi.1326 

GETTOKNOWME 

Petite, caring, loyal, romantic SWF, 68 
years young, 5'2", 120lbs., blue-eyed 
blonde, N/S, casual drinker, who enjoys 
movios, dining out, weekend getaways, 
fairs and cuddling. ISO caring, honest 
SWM, 63*70. 5*10 \ who is romantic and 
enjoys travel. Adi. 1330 

ISO A REAL NICE GUY 

Bubbly, N/S SWF, 33, blond hair, blue eyes, 
onjoys reading, movies, seeking N/S SWM, 

30-38, for LTR: Adtf.1323 



GIVE ME A CALL 

SWPF, 53, likes dancing, travelling, 
antiques and outdoors. ISO an adventur- 
ous SWM, 47-57, who lives life to the 
fullest. Ad i.131 9 

I'M HERE FOR YOU 

Easygoing, good listener SWF, 68, 5'2\ 
brown hair/eyes, medium build, enjoys 
movies, garage sales, dining out, seeks 
SWM, 68*75, for friendship. Adi, 1284 

JUST BEING TOGETHER 

Easygoing, people person SWF, 53, 57", 
160lbs„ brown hair, enjoys fishing, picnics, 
skiing, reading, seeks honest SWM, 53*65, 
for LTR. Ad#. 13 13 

NO COUCH POTATOES 
Slender, fit, attractive, emotionally 
secure SWF, 49, 5'9\ blond hair, blue 
eyes, likes quiet evening, dining out, 
seeks SWM, 50-55, for romance and fun. 
Adi. 1317 

TAKE A FEW CHANCES 

Self-employed SWF, 42, 5'5\ wilh brown 
hair/eyes, full-figured, loves camping, read- 
ing, theatre, opera, beach walks. ISO outgo* 
tng, humorous, intelligent, well-read SWM, 
35-52. Adi.1301 

HERE WITH ME 

Honest, outgoing SWF, 64, 5'2", eyes of 
blue, brown hair, enjoys movjes, dancing, 
travelling. ISO D/WWWM, 60-70, who's 
kind, humorous with similar Interests. 
Adi.1305 




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INNOCENT SMILE 

Easygoing, trusting, humorous, emotion* 
ally/financially secure, full-figured WF, 46, 
5*3", blondfsh brown hair, green eyes, 
enjoys reading, cooking, camping, 
movies, music, museums, ISO a SWPM, 
35*50, N/S, medium to husky build. 
Adi. 1285 

CALL SOON 

DWF, 33, 5*1", 126lbs„ hazel eyes, brown 
hair, attractive, easygoing, three kids, and 
heart of gold. ISO SWM, 25-80, with family 
values. Adi. 1461 

SERIOUS-MINDED 

Entertaining SBF, 53, with great sense of 
humor, looking for a SM, 45-60, for friendship 
and a one-on-one relationship, no mind 
games.. Adi, 1273 

GORGEOUS 

Funny, sincere, honest WF, 44, 57", 
145lbs., golden hair, green eyes, mom, 
loves having fun, swim, canoeing, volley* 
ball, walking, biking, dancing, shooting 
pool family activities. ISO a tall, honest, tit, 
educated, successful, family-oriented WM, 
38-46. Ad#. 1295 



I'LL BE WAITING 

WWWF, 60, 5*4", 118lbs., short blond hair, 
blue eyes, educator", enjoys the outdoors, 
gardening, biking, swimming, cross-country 
skiing, classical music, reading, theatre, 
spectator sports, travel. ISO a WW/DWM, 58* 

62, N/S. Adi.1286 

NOT INTO BAR SCENE 

Very outgoing, fun-loving SWF, 32, 5'4", red 
hair, hazel eyes, loves movies, outdoors, 
reading, shopping, amusement parks and 
more. Seeking an open, caring SWM, 30*40, 
for friendship, possible LTR. Ad#.1269 

JUST 2 B CLOSE 2 U 

Petite, pretty SWPF, 38, N/S, dark hair/eyes, 
looking tor WPM, 35-42, kind-hearted, to 
share life. Ad#. 1242 

READY 2 8ETTLE DOWN? 

SWF, 64, 5'2". blue-eyed, enjoys movies, 
dancing, reading, long walks and traveling. 
Seeking WW/DWM, 60*70, with a sense of 
humor, for LTR. Ad#.1 257 



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REALLY DOWN-TO-EARTH 

Humorous, degreed, easygoing SWPM, 29, 
6', 175lbs., onjoys good conversation, oxer- 
clso, bar sports, 95.1 FM, walks, seeks warm 
proportionate, childless SWF, homobody 
okay. Adi. 1343 

SEARCHING 

Romantic, sensitive WM, N/S 57, blue oyes, 
enjoys dining, walking, jogging, ISO WF, 50- 
68, with similar Interests. Ad#.1506 

BLUE EYES 

Humorous, serious WM, 45, 6', 180lbs., 
enjoys movies, football, music, concerts, vol- 
leyball, walks in tho park, ISO F, 18-35, with 
similar Interests. Adi.1505 

WOULD YOU LIKE LTR 

With a sincere, honest DWM, 44, 6*4", 
200lbs., who likes movios. bowling, dining, 
cars and having fun. ISO SWF, 34*45, with 
similar Interests. Adi.1502 

LETS MEET 

Kind, humorous SWPM, 36, brown eyes, ISO 
attractive, slender, shapely SF, 19-28. 
Adi. 1501 

NEW ADVENTURES 

SWM, 42, likes travel, outdoors, festivals, 
movies, ISO SF, 25-42, fun, honest, talkative, 
likes outdoors, lor friendship. Ad#.1499 

TAKE THE 2ND STEP 

Call. Tall WM, 37, 200lbs., dark hair, hazel 
eyes, enjoys health, fitness, spending quality 
time together, ISO educated F, 28-35, for 
LTR.Adi.1498 

CAPTURE MY HEART 

Attractive, honest, spontaneous WWWM, 42, 
enjoys boating, lishing, festivals, reading, 
seeking talkative, friendly SF, 25-42, who 
enjoys kids, LTR. Ada. 1497 

LONELY ATTHETOP . . , . 

Retired WWWM, 70, enjoys movies, travel, 
sightseeing and quiet evenings, seeking 

SWF, 63*69, N/S, for same. Adi. 1493 

LOT'S 2 OFFER U 

Spontaneous, handsome WWWM, 42, 5*6*, 
150lbs., enjoys outdoors, traveling, reading, 
movies, ISO talkative, happy SF, 25-40, to 
spend times with. Adi, 1492 

CARE TO SNORKLE? 

Honest WCM, 58, 5'11", 185lbs., N/S, social 
drinker, enjoys outdoors, quiet times, snor* 
keling and walking. Seeking WCF, 45*56, 
preferably N/S, petile, positive thinker, for 
friendship, possibly more. Adi.1488 

MY CUP OF TEA 

Educated, employed, secure WM, 60, 
180lbs., has varied interests, looking for a 

WF, 44*58, (or conversation over coffee. 
Adi.1487 

■ LETS GET TOGETHER! 

Are you fun to be with and enjoy kids? Are 
you a talkative, happy SF, 27-38? If so you 
wanted by an attractive, honest, sponta- 
neous SWM, 42, who enjoys outdoor activi- 
ties, fairs, zoos, travel and reading. Ad#.1485 

MY LIFE WITH YOU 

Sociable, dependable WWWM, 74, 57", 
150*ba., enjoys golf, cooking, traveling, look- 
ing for WF, 62*77, with similar interests, for 
friendship. Adi. 1474 

INTERESTED? 

Fun, humorous WM, 37, btond/brown hair, 
blue eyes, likes theme parks, family, seeking 
SF, 25*42, who's caring and honest, for 
friendship first, possibly more. Ad#.1482 

HANDY MAN SPECIAL 

Friendly, outgoino SWM, 41, 5*11", 180lbs., 
strawberry btond hair, green eyes, likes water 
sports, biking, concerts, working on cars, 
beaches and body piercing. ISO open-mind- 
ed, honest, sincere SF, 30*45, for friendship 
firit.Adi.1478 

MARfUAOE-MINDED 

Friendly, easygoing SWM, 29, 6', 220lbs., 
brown hair and blue-green eyes, enjoys the 
guitar, boating and reading. Seeking petite, 
honest, cering, sincere, easygoing SWF, 21- 
30.Adi.1410 

Gentle SWM, 44, 6'4\ enjoys long walks, 
working out, bowling, football, looking for e 
nice DWF, 33-42, with similar interests, for 
LTR. Ad«.1473 

FUN TIMES AWAITING 

Humorous, carefree SWM, 30, 6', 200108.. 
brown heir/eyes, likes hunting, fishing and 
nature. Seeking attractive, slim, tall SF, 22- 
37, for a casual relationship. Ad#.1468 

LIFE CAN BE LONELY 

Loyal, dependable, retired WWWM, 70, 

enjoys movies, traveling, sightseeing and 
quiet times. ISO N/S SWF, 63-69. Ad ». 1463 

SEEKING CHRISTAIN 

DWPC dad. 37, black hair, brown eyes, 
220ibs., N/S, enjoys sports, outdoors, fine 
arts, ISO SWCF, 30-39, with common inter- 
ests. Ad«. 1459 

BALD AND 8EXY 

Sociable WM, 57, 5'10\ 190lbs., friendly, fun, 
likes bowling, nice dinners and short trips. 
ISO appreciative, proportioned AF, 50*60, 
with nice smile, who's communicative, with 
no games or drama. Adi, 1462 



YOUNG AT HEART 
SWM, 53, 5'9", 170lbs., groy hair, onjoys 
running, swimming, dancing, jazz music, 
quiet limes, ISO romantic, fun-foving SWF, 
39*56, who's honest, with similar interests. 
Adi.1437 

DONT KEEP WAITING 

SWM, 58, loves gardonlng, woodworking 
and fishing. ISO an honest, trustworthy 
SWF, 48-58, wilh a sonso of humor, for a 
long-term relationship. Ad*. 1427 

R U OUTTHERE? 

Energetic, easygoing SWM, 35, 5*9", 
165lbs„ brown nalr, bluo eyes, likes out- 
door activities, dogs, music and the arts. 
ISO sociable, family-oriented SF, 25*35, 
who likes children and has good set of 
morals and values. Adi.1435 

LET'S GET TOGETHER 

Outgoing, friendly SWM, 41, 5M0\ 165lbs., 
blond hair, bfuo eyes, likes dancing, music, 
golfing, bowling, shooting pool, board 
games, card games. ISO SWF, 35-45, 5'2"- 
57', 110*140lbs., wilh similar interosts. 

Adi.1433 

ANYBODY-N-EVERYBODY 

I get along with. SWM, 52, 5'9", 185lbs., 
muscular-built, employed, funny, likes jok- 
ing, outdoor activities, swimming and home 
life. Seeks affectlonato, loving SF, 40*52, 
lit, forLTR.AdK.1425 

TIRED OF BAR SCENES 

SWM, 47, 5'9\ 175lbs., modiunvbuilt, 
brown hair/eyes, likos sports, dogs, fishing, 
bowling, movios. ISO a nice, slncoro SWF, 
33*45. Full-figured welcome. Adi, 1420 

IN GOD WE TRUST 

Fun SWCPM, 36, 57", 150lbs., seeks a 
cuto SWCF, 25*35, who also enjoys movies 
in/out, the outdoors, quality times wilh qual- 
ity people. Ad*. 14 17 

SEEKS GENUINE LADY 

Caring HM. 40, 5*5", 170lbs., with integrity' 
and sincerity, inlo sports, movios, cooking 
and aerobics. Looking lor honest, attractive 
WF, 30*40, childloss preferred, for dating, 
possibly more. Adi. 141 5 

ALL ASPECTS OF LIFE 

Handsome SWPM, 49, 6'2\ 195lbs„ brown 
hair, blue oyes, looking for a loving, caring, 
sharing, open-minded SF, 30-50, for friend- 
ship, possible LTR. Ad*. 14 13 

JUST BE YOURSELF 

Tall, slim SWM, 28, tanned, attractive, mus- 
cular build. Seeking fun-loving, laid-back 
SWF, 21*42, preferably alhlotic, slim build, 
attractive, lor adventurous limes. Adi. 14 12 

2 A SPECIAL LADY 
DWM, 56, 5'9\ 178lbs„ N/S, romantic, 

spontaneous, fun-loving, good-natured, 
ISO D/SWF, 45-58, hoight/Woight propor- 
tionate, to share outdoor fun, friendship 
and possiblo LTR. Adi.1308 

LOOKING FOR LOVE 

Retired WWWM, 66, seeks woman, who 
loves to kiss and cuddle, age/weight unim- 
portant, should enjoy gardening and quiet 
evenings at home. Ada. 5010 

ISO PREFERRED SWF 

Gentle, N/S, N/D, handsome, athletic 
SWM, 35, short blond hair, blue eyes, 
195lbs M emotionally and financially secure, 
seeks attractive, active, fit SWF, 26-38. 
Adi. 1370 

CURTAINS UP 

Actors and Musicians. SWM, 34, brown 
hair, green eyes, enjoys working out, long 
walks, seeking a sweet, caring SF, 25*40, 
for LTR. Adi. 1365 

RECENTLY SINGLE 

Good-looking, lit, successful SWM. 43, 
N/S. btond hair, blue eyes, S'lT", 180 
enjoys tennis, golf, movies, fine dining. 
Seeks a kind, outgoing SF, 27-43. 

Ad#.1379 

HONEST t TRUSTWORTHY 

Describe this SWM, 18, 5'1Q\ 190tos„ with 
blue eyes, brown hair, enjoys movies, din- 
ing out, sports, seeks energetic, patient, 
understanding, SWF, 1 8-40. AdfVI 366 

CHECK IT OUT 

This SW dad of one, 58, 5'9\ 170tos„ with' 
brown hair, blue eyes end a beard, enjoys 
golf, bowling, card games, gourmet cook- 
ing and romance. He's looking for e fit, 
attractive SWF, 18-35, NVS, WO, to share 
all ol this wtth. Adi.8502 

LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT 

Tall, attractive, loving, compassionate 
SWM, 48, 6'6 B , blue eyes, silver heir, likes 
Harleys and computer programming. 
Looking for a SF, 35*50, with similar quali- 
ties/Interests. Adi. 1358 . 

BROWSE WITH ME 

Loyal, dependable DWPM, 44, dad, active, 
enjoys the great outdoors, antique shows, 
fairs, walks, long talks, dining out. drives in 
the country, and much more. ISO SF, 30* 
47.forLTR.Adi.1348 

GREAT MINDS THINK 

A like, so are you thinking what I'm think* 
ing? That this stocky, eclectic WM, 30, likes 
sports, concerts, movies, bowling, blliards 
and a non-smoking, unencumbered WF, 

22-39? Call soon) Adi.1342 

LETS CUDDLE 

Easygoing, handsome SWM, 40, 6'2", 
165lbs., dark btond hair, blue eyes, enjoys 
biking, garage sales, bowling, movies and 
music. Would like to meet a good-looking, 
honest SF, 28*50, who has a good sense of 
humor, forLTR.Adi.1219 



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October 19, 2001 



ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP ASSESSMENT 



Lakeland Newspapers /CI 




• * 



ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP 
ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR 2001 




official notice to property owners ol the 2001 
ment' changes In the Township ol AnUocn. These 2001 assessments, as 
published, are those determined by the Assessor and/or the Chief County 

Assessment Office. 

It is the duty of the Assessor to assess all taxable property on a uniform 
basis of valuation so that the assessed values of the various properties are 
a Just and equal assessment of such properties according to taw. 

The assessment roll recording the values of property determines only the 
distribution of the total tax load among the Individual property owners. The 
Township Assessor and/or the Chief County Assessment Office has no 
control over the amount of taxes levied, nor the public expenditures. The 
amount of these assessed values (subject to State equalization), minus 
applicable exemptions, multiplied by the established tax rate, determines 
the amount of your tax bill. The Assessor does not make the rate; he mere- 
ly finds the value of your property. 

The following printed assessments, as well as all other assessments in the 
township, are at 33.33% of market value, having been equalized to that 
level by the Chief County Assessment Office, who has applied a factor of 
1 .0329 to all values except those assessed under the provisions of Chapter 
35 (ILCS), Act 200, Sees. 10-110 through 10-140, 10-165, and 10-170 
through 10-200. Application of the township equalization factor represents 
a 3.29% increase in assessments. 



To determine the market value of your property, divide the total 
value by 0.3333. If It appears that the resulting number is higher than the 
market value of the properly, you may be over-assessed. If the resulting 
number is leu than your opinion of market value, the assessment may be 

tow. 




If you live in an impjttaVLirja (cHy or village), your property Is bated 
under the name of your dty or village, which wi be to alphabet^ order. 
Each street within the cHy or village la also «rw^ to a*phabefcal rjrOsr. 
Property owners Irving on the same street wi be sated beginning with 
vacant or improved property thai ha* no street number, to**wed by proper- 
ty with street numbers listed to numerical order. 

irty without street numbers wi be 



It you Uve to an 

post office and street name. Then, property 



listed first, followed by numbered properties In numerical order. 

Questions regarding the grid system used in determining address numbers 
should be directed to the Lake County Map Services Department, whose 
telephone number is 377-2373. Please do not call this number with ques- 
tions regarding your assessment. 




Any property owner who has any question in regard to the assessment of 
their property should call the local Township Assessor's office. This pubH- 

catton does not reflect reductions for Homestead Limited Exemptions, 
Senior Homestead Exemptions, Senior Tax Freeze Homestead 
Exemptions, Homestead Improvement Exemptions or Disabled Veteran'a 
Exemptions. The aforementioned exemptions are not removed from the 
assessment until the time of billing. You will see them removed on your tax 

bill. 

Note that the value which appears is a total assessed value tor me proper- 
ty. All values are subject to a State equalization factor certified to the 
County Cierk by the Wtoois Department of Revenue. Any property owner 
who objects to the amount of their a ss essment should file a complaint In 
writing, with the Board of Review on or before November 19, 2001. 

Complaints nmAtoMjtmuaastltoA3Qm rtc9nt»cbWrrtty\**- 

phoning 377-2100, or by written request to the Chief County Assessment 
Office. 18 North County Street - 8th Floor, Waukegan, IL 600054335. 
Forms are also available on the internet at www.oolake.il.us/asseasor. 




KENNETH L LARSON 

Chief County Assessment Officer 



TOWNSHIP OF ANTIOCH 






ST.NaD.NAME 


MDEX NUMBER IMP 


TOTAL 


4 




•f 


VALUE 


ABBEV IM 




AMTI0CH 




394 UUY ESTATES 


0204302059 


IM5 


12537 


ACORN CT 




AMTIOCH 




A LEWIS 


020710501* 


40122 


42119 


D DERKSON 


0207105013 


17234 


30137 


R BRONSHICK 


0207105012 


11123 


31727 


T SMITH P SIMULA 


0207105011 


11924 


32527 


MESTriELD HOMES 


0207105010 


11*45 


25247 


. S TEBIIC 


0207105014 


23519 


37122 


AMSTERDAM DA 




ANTIOCH 




C QU1NTANILLA 


0209101002 


33131 


35929 


ANITA AV 




ANTIOCH 




999 . PEERLESS PRODUCTS 


. 0201405014 


129531 


144314 



ST.NO. D. NAME 


INDEX NUMBER 


IMP 


TOTAL 










VALUE 


ASPEN NAT 




ANTIOCH 




J KUROWSKl 


0207201126 




37606 


38967 


T KE33ELL 


0207209015 




59403 


78038 


404 F CURTO 


020720112B 




73535 


94136 


€10 T O' CORNELL 


0207201127 




'68440 


84204 


CIS M FELD 


0207209017 




84334 


102794 


621 M SIMOMICH 


0207209016 




58392 


7(852 


637 L PAAINO 


0207209014 




56473 


74933 


AUTUMN OR 




ANTIOCH 




D HARHER 


0209406006 




47135 


53892 


G STANFA 


0209403026 




54767 


61803 


M BOCKRATH 


0209403029 




49246 


50605 


983 C JOHNSON 


0209401071 




50145 


57249 


BIRCH HOLLOW DR 




ANTIOCH 




700 R riTZHUCH 


0210302016 




50268 


57237 


. 709 M NORDHAUS 


0210302006 


- 


102630 


105868 


BISHOP ST 




ANTIOCH 


t 


1048 U CHARLES 


020B31402I 




453 


2984 


1105 C MULHEREN 


0217201004 




40568 


49311 


BOMLES RD 


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ANTIOCH 




A PEDERSEN 


01132000130021 




172 


r PEDERSEN 


0113200015 






143500 


P PEDERSEN 


0113200016 






129585 


. P PEDERSEN 


02181000080021 




833 


P PEDERSEN . 


0218100010 






34760 


P PEDERSEN 


0218100011 






82199 


24325 A PEDERSEN 


02184000140011 




89 


23115 N A PEDERSEN 


01132000120021 




62 


BRIDGEMOOD DA . 




ANTIOCH 




249 A ZOZCORNICK 


0205408009 




31131 


42789 


293 O TUBBS 


0205408017 




29595 


41253 


BRIERMOOD CT 




ANTIOCH 




155 J LEVY 


0207201079 




63711 


82836 


BURNETTS DA 




ANTIOCH 




DEPOT LANDING HOMEOWNERS 


0208205075 






2292 


DEPOT LANDING HOMEOWNERS 


0208216005 . 






9006 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205070 


• 


■ 


3099 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205071 






2048 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205072 






1638 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205073 






1638 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205074 






1638 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205076 






1927 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0201205077 






1631 


• NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205078 






1521 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205079 






2224 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205080 




■ 


3040 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205081 






1914 


NORTHERN BUILDING 


0208205012 






1638 



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ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP ASSESSMENT 



October 19, 2001 



ST, NO. D. NAME INDEX NUMBER 

(Continued from preceding page) 



IMP 






NORTHERN BUILDING 





NORTHERN BUILDING 





NORTHERN BUILDING 





NORTHERN BUILDING 





NORTHERN BUILDING 





NORTHERN BUILDING 





NORTHERN BUILDING 


CAMERON DR 





WESTFIELD HOMED 


CEDARW0O0 LH 


303 


D WILLIFORD 


CHER! LH 






H KROLL 


CRAM REE 


LH 


1046 


G BOLDT 


CREEK BEND LH 





P PAPADOPOULOS 





R JOHNSON 


736 


R BOND 


CPEEKSIOE LH 





M MASSE CONSTRUCTION 


DEEP LAKE RD 


1571 H 


C & R LIVING TRUST 


41537 M 


S HORTIS 


41619 H 


S HORTIS 


42099 N 


A ELFERING 


42220 H 


J NEVILLE 


42280 N 


J NORTON 


42280 H 


J HORTON 


42909 N 


JCC REALTY LLC 


42919 H 


JCC REALTY LLC 


DEER CT 







O GARDNER 





D REtF 





J FREDIN 





SCARS DALE BUILDERS 


DEER PATH DR 





A LEYVA 





C SHITH 





D TRUSKY 





O UR50 


O 


R VANCE 





SCARS DALE BUILDERS 


DEPOT ST 




w 


R RETTINGER 


185 


R SCHLAKE 


DROHS CT 




661 


J AMBROSE 


EDELWEISS CT 


591 


ROGER E ( SHIRLEY E 


594 


P GUHTHER 


EDELWEISS DR 


610 


D ENGLAND 


612 


J FRANKENBERGER 


614 


H RUNGE 


FILLWEBER CT 





L PERRY 





R TOFT 


GARYS OR 






A 8ESS0N 


HAGUE DR 







C SCHAUL 





C SUTTON 





D BODOICKER 





D KUHR 





D LEEPER 





G BRUECKERT 





H OTTOLIHO 





R GRAH 





R ZBOROWSKI 





RYLAHD GROUP IHC 





RYLAHD GROUP IHC 





RYLAND GROUP INC 





RYLAHD GROUP INC 





S COOPER 





T WILSON 


17 


M CRU2 


. .22 


S MEYER 


34 


JEANETTE J 


50 


R KOWALSKI 


HANLEY DR 


761 


D SONNENBURG 


785 


J BRON 


HARDEN ST 




B QUILTY 


HARVEST CT 





B KOCH W WEBB 





S RUSSELL 





SCARSDALE BUILDERS 





SCARSDALE BUILDERS 





SCARSDALE BUILDERS 





SCARSDALE BUILDERS 



HAWTHORNE CT 

312 K KAUTH 
316 J KAUTH 
HA2ELWOO0 DR 

322 B MCWHORTER 
HEATHER GLEN CT 
947 J GALANTE 
955 A EVANS 
HENNIHG CT 

49 M JACOBS 

60 R BURESH 

HIDDEN CREEK DR 

616 G KUBERA 

965 J BAKULA 

HILLSIDE AV 

950 OSHOHD ENTERPRISES, INC 
1153 M WENZEL 
KWY 173 

AUTOZONE INC 
L BLACHER 
792 W J HARRER 
792 W KIDWEST TRUST SERVICE, 
792 W MIDWEST TRUST SERVICE, 
792 W HIOWEST TRUST SERVICE, 
792 W MIDWEST TRUST SERVICE, 
792 W MIDWEST TRUST SERVICE, 
798 W L MATTEUCCI 
798 W MIDWEST TRUST SERVICE, 
991 E A ELFERING 
1041 E A ELFERING 
1301 E SPRENGER 
19040 W A PEDERSEN 
19250 W A PEDERSEN 
19300 W A PEDERSEN 
20556 W O SPRENGER 
21301 W JCC REALTY LLC t BCP 
21401 W JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 
22202 W S HORTIS 
22950 W T UPTON 
HWY 45 

CRL INDUSTRIES, INC. 
O CRL INDUSTRIES, IHC. 
900 E KOEUNE 
1000 LASALLE BANK 
42151 N CATHOLIC BISHOP OF 
HWY 59 

O A PEDERSEN 
O N F PEDERSEN 
N F PEDERSEN 
HWY 83 

FOUR-M PARTNERSHIP 
O SWEAT OREAMS STORAGE, 
41148 N R CURTIS 
41178 H R CURTIS 
41314 N STATE BANK OF THE LAKES 
INDIAN RIOGE DR 

668 J WALTRICH 
681 N RIKGLER 
697 RAYMOND 4 THERESE 
INDIAN TRAIL RD 






I AITKEN 


549 


HESTFIELO HOMES 


605 


D WINES 


LAKE ST 







G HAUSER 


532 


FALES 



0207109028 



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0209405005 

0207213018 
0207213025 
0207213010 

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LAKEWOOD DR 

125 F SKVARCE 

LIBERTY ST 

VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH 

LITTLE SILVER LAKE RD 

WASTE MANAGEMENT 
MAIN ST 



0208205083 
0208205094 
0208205085 
0208216001 
0208216002 
0208216003 
0208216004 

ANTIOCH 

12831 
ANTIOCH 

24744 
ANTIOCH 
0208109013 

ANTIOCH 

59499 
ANTIOCH 

27219 
66459 
59136 
ANTIOCH 

46659 
ANTIOCH 
02153000160011 
02151000040021 
02151000070011 616 
02104000070021 
0209400036 85694 

02094000260010 72194 

02094000260011 4676 
02101000010011 • 23100 
02102000010021 

ANTIOCH 

0209402016 36755 

0209402017 50361 
0209402012 58118 
0209402014 23727 

ANTIOCH 
O2O94O7O0B 40198 

0209402029 54157 
0209407007 48525 

0209407014 51310 
0209407013 43859 
0209407003 37259 

ANTIOCH 
02092000110021 
0208401001 44833 

ANTIOCH 
020B201041 63194 

ANTIOCH 
0218203010 78552 
0218203022 77483 

ANTIOCH 
0218203020 79120 
0218203019 58384 
0216203018 84818 

ANTIOCH 
0208309081 
0208309080 

ANTIOCH 
0206203015 48293 

ANTIOCH 
020820503V 46670 

0209101028 39779 
0206212009 30513 
0209101031 49933 
0208205020 25965 
0209101030 21220 

0208212011 39199 
0208214001 43437 
0208212008 35876 

0208205033 10488 
0208205040 39536 
0206213001 16436 

0209101029 12575 
020B212010 47952 

0208212012 42377 

0208212013 38383 

0209205041 ..45538 
0208205035 41801 

0208205034 40308 

ANTIOCH 

0215302010 74121 

0215302008 25273 

ANTIOCH 
0217101003 

AHTIOCH 

0209402022 42520 

0209402021 47287 

02094O201B 16144 

0209402020 15644 

0209402025 13736 

0209402026 24811 

AHTIOCH 

0209207012 48766 
0209207004 50732 

AHTIOCH 
0205415007 36740 

AHTIOCH 
0218102009 7B994 

0218209007 64040 

AHTIOCH 
0218202004 21514 
0218202059 53462 

ANTIOCH 
0210302011 135039 
0210302001 136561 

AHTIOCH 
0207405004 36188 

0218205002 44889 

AHTIOCH 
0217101061 188313 
0207405003 182379 
0207300048 
0207300047 12146 

0207300049 28106 

0207300050 44970 

0207300051 52437 

0207300052 61213 

0207300036 60909 

0207300037 52555 

O21520OO0500U 7094 
02152000090011 11600 
02141000010011 2308 
02132000030011 36688 
02132000050021 
02132000020021 
0211 3000070021 

02154000030021 

02154000020021 
02162000170021 
02161000180011 1054 

AHTIOCH 

02114000050010 148748 

02114000050011 100733 
02123000030011 34556 
02113000050021 
02123000090021 

ANTIOCH 
02182000460021 
01132000060021 
02181000010021 

AHTIOCH 
0205312003 

0205312004 35116 
0217306029 27894 
0217300006 24860 
0217304019 103280 

ANTIOCH 
0207208028 72278 
02072010B4 58238 
O207201OB6 40979 

ANTIOCH 
0207l0103t 31581 
0207101032 50335 
0207101009 43201 

ANTIOCH 
0207401128 33239 
0207406001 70332 

ANTIOCH 
0205402005 44539 

ANTIOCH 
0208104079 

ANTIOCH 
0209300001 17400 

ANTIOCH 



TOTAL 
VALUE 

1638 
1638 
1638 
1697 
1697 
1638 
1638 

26435 
36402 

2704 
67550 



65599 



ST. NO. 0. NAME 



INDEX NUMBER IMP 



ANTIOCH PUBLIC LIBRARY 
ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP LIBRARY 
ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP LIBRARY 
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 
THE LAKES REGION 
VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH 

593 N P DYE 

752 J KNOUREK-BRUSENBACH 

775 R CIHAGLIO 

781 N J PERMINAS 

795 C BIMBO 

879 VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH 

881 M MICHEL 

965 S LAKES REGION HISTORICAL 
MERIDIAN WAY 



40822 





G JONES 




80060 





J CRUDER 




72739 





J SKOOG S HEIBERGER 







JACQUELINE L GRUBER, 


53913 





KENNEDY HOMES 









KENNEDY HOMES 




1274 





KENNEDY HOMES 




238 





W ROWE 




2093 


589 


D HCCUISTIOH 




2284 


648 


T EDWARDS 




116436 


MIDNIGHT 


PASS 




79967 


596 


J PLOUGHMAN 




5202 


HILLER RD 




32585 


20226 W 


JCC REALTY LLC 4 


BCP 


2504 


20300 W 


JCC REALTY LLC t 


BCP 




20400 W 


JCC REALTY LLC 4 


BCP 


3B351 


20401 W 


JCC REALTY LLC 4 


BCP 


60733 


MOCKINGBIRD DR 




67843 


849 


J WADE 




25441 


MYSTIC COVE 









C HAHGUBAT 




40632 


NEEOLEGRASS PKWY 




62760 





C FERNANDEZ 




58621 





C SULLIVAN J KOCEN 


52495 





J SCHROEOER 




45044 





M CZAJKOW3KI H GARVEY 


38503 





P NETZEL 









WESTFIELO HOMES 




823 





WESTFIELD HOMES 




60874 





WESTFIELO HOMES 









WESTFIELD HOMES 




77439 





WESTFIELD HOMES 






NETHERLANDS DR 




96781 





RYLAND GROUP INC 




96394 





T BOSE 









W CARVER 




97673 


no 


J ROSE 




76048 


114 


H LENGVENIS 




102482 


NORTH AV 








21401 W 


JCC REALTY LLC 




18835 


21651 W 


JCC REALTY LLC 




254 


OAKRIDGE 


CT 





277 MERIDIAN GROUP INC 
277 MERIDIAN CROUP INC 
277 HERIDIAN GROUP INC 



020B104078 
0208104028 
0208104074 
0208104076 
0208104080 
0208311020 
0208104075 
0208104077 
0208112014 
0208104047 
0208104081 
02081O4OSO 
0208306097 
0208306096 
0208311019 



26426 
61936 
66530 
41170 
42676 



0207102073 

0207102064 

0207102069 

0207102063 

0207102065 
0207102067 

0207102068 
0207107006 
0207107001 
0207102072 

0208202006 



62409 


299 


MERIDIAN GROUP INC 


55519 


OAKWOOD DR 


31562 


200 


R WIATR 


65674 • 


300 


T COOK R REY 


26697 


OLD MILL 


TRL 


22152 





B SWENSON 


54938 





C HUSTON 


59176 





D ELLIS 


51617 





D HORNER 


12003 





KOMARCHUK 


55275 





D LIPPERT 


17723 





D OPOLKA 


13507 





D WELSTEAD 


63691 





F ORI 


58116 





H WOOLARD 


54122 





J HAYSKAR 


61277 








37542 


J WHITE 


56047 





K PRITCHARD 







H GREEHFIELD 


101055 





M SHEREN 


27804 





P DUGENSKE 







P DUGO 


7995 





R ALVAREZ 







R LEHOR 


55233 





R MILLER 


58505 





S GRECH 


17621 





S STANLEY 


17482 





V OMIECINSKI 


15154 





W WEST FALL 


26583 


24 W 


C PERKIHS 




25 


H BATES 


64526 


29 


J VANHUIS 


66471 


30 W 


S KERHER 




34 


T FARM 


48397 


38 


J ALM 




47 


A VOCT 


99137 


54 W 


G CHAHBERLIN 


66226 


62 H 


M MUNDT 




67 


W WELSH 


31973 


69 


D CORAL 


6B697 


74 


S SKUTNIK 


ti 


85 


K PIASECKI 


140489 


91 


J DIAZ 


175558 


141 


R KNUTH 




149 


W HOHBAKER 


86793 


162 


J WAYHE 


57146 


165 


G SCHROEOER 




241 


R HILLER 


320802 


ORCHARD 


ST 


239186 


511 


M LUBKEMAN 


13794 


PARK ST 




25940 


304 


L HANSON 


41899 


PEDERSEN 


OR 


58763 


19472 W 


PEDERSEN 


66230 


PHILLIPS 


CIR 


75006 


582 


T KOZLOWSKI S LENIHAN 


74705 


PICADILLY LN 


66351 


636 


WESTFIELD HOMES 


7535 


PINE HILL DR 


20197 


867 


D PETYKOWSKI 


32016 


885 


G INCXARDI 


48744 


902 


J WOLTER 


3151 


POPLAR AV 


1189 


387 


EDNA DALGAARD BARR TRUST 


7479 


525 


D PLOSS 


5309 


RAM RD 




4846 


150 S 


! H KOZIOL 


979 


151 a 


1 R SHAW 


6240 


REDWING 


DR 




1436 


M KEYES 


172067 


REMBRANDT DR 


129206 





E BUSCKICK 


35928 





H KORAN 


2204 





J FREEDMAN 


4130 





L MILLER 







RYLAHD GROUP INC 


352 


RIDGEWOOD DR ♦ 


88 





A BARHETT 


156 





DIAMOHD DEVELOPMENT, 







R PHILLIPS 


23085 


500 


R DVORAK 


55325 


501 


G ZERSEN 


34090 


506 


T CASEY 


30929 


509 


P BECKER 


114240 


510 


K THRON 




515 


P HOFFMANN 


90601 


516 


M HESSNER 


76309 


521 


■L SIKORA 


42349 


541 


S HILLER L BARBER 




542 


J COMER 


45190 


550 


T BIEWER 


63938 


553 


M FALCON 


56803 


554 


D HACKE 




563 


G GUNDERSEN 


47230 


564 


S VANCAHP 


93019 


598 


A LABICKX 




603 


D DE ROCHE 


63160 


604 


J HERNANDEZ 




611 


R WARING 


1 


621 


S VAN DYCKE 




651 


P SCHULTZ 


42672 


RINEAR RD 




824 


T KOZLOWSKI S LENIHAN 



16262 
■ 16367 

ANTIOCH 

54469 
42346 
•47012 
34704 
10812 
15624 
13498 
15234 
63030 
62868 
ANTIOCH 

45506 
ANTIOCH 
02232000050021 
02232000020021 
02232000010021 
02234000010021 

ANTIOCH 
0218302018 67351 

ANTIOCH 
0218202052 95791 

ANTIOCH 

0207109006 21715 

0207105007 27070 
0207109008 23816 
0207105006 30778 

0207105008 21357 

0207105017 12537 

0207105018 10911 

0207109007 11245 
0207109010 17552 
0207109012 11745 

ANTIOCH 
0209101011 
0209101044 42914 

0209101046 50896 

0209101047 44130 

0209101048 44103 

AHTIOCH 

02034000060021 
0203300Q080021 

ANTIOCH 

0208104021 330165 

0208104042 55446 

0208104043 57854 
0208104041 287808 

ANTIOCH 
0205402038 25507 
0205413017 23417 

ANTIOCH 

0208205056 14741 
0208215006 54171 
0208205058 25267 
0208205053 33605 

0209101057 37776 

0209101058 36123 

0209106006 16977 

0208205057 20B52 

0209106007 17518 

0209101051 37326 

0208205052 23701 
0209104011 „ a«?«» 
0206205051 23092 

0209101056 38595 

0208215005 43B49 

0209101061 35931 

0206205054 29414 

0209104009 4714B 

0209104010 40235 

0209104008 20852 

0209101079 25064 

0209104004 35726 

0209106012 47635 

0206215007 45770 

0208215001 37651 
0209103004 39347 
0209101054 40952 
0209101053 50182 
0209103003 42765 
0209103002 50190 
0209103001 41925 
0208205055 4966B 
0208215004 36486 

0208215002 51807 
0206205050 44827 
0209101060 47363 
0209104006 65658 

0209101063 38390 

0209101064 49922 

0209101071 47853 

0209101072 55644 
0209106010 39773 
0209101075 40148 
0209101083 61458 

ANTIOCH 

0208305014 61302 

ANTIOCH 
0208311011 41114 

AHTIOCH 
02132000070011 2685 

ANTIOCH 
0208110001 25529 

ANTIOCH 
0207107019 541B7 

ANTIOCH 
0209402005 46511 
0209402007 41736 

0209401024 47353 

ANTIOCH 
0208109049 72776 

0208106021 36065 

ANTIOCH 
0217204009 352046 
0217204001 254402 

ANTIOCH 
0218302034 64064 

ANTIOCH 
0208205043 35124 

0209101034 48671 

0209101035 43503 
0208205047 44558 
0208205046 5416 

ANTIOCH 
0207208040- 51430 

0207209004 31786 

0207208043 32120 
0207206042 74093 

0207208033 86395 

0207208044 62157 

0207208034 53750 

0207208045 52637 

0207208035 60882 

0207208046 ' 68348 

0207208036 61230 
0207208039 57936 

0207209005 66969 

0207209006 63124 
020720B041 62725 

0207209007 70131 
0207201110 61666 
0207209012 76239 

0207209020 68656 

0207201121 60960 

0207209021 71734 

0207201122 65800 

0207201123 55967 
0207201100 64667 

ANTIOCH 
0208401003 31558 



TOTAL 

VALUE 

i 
i 
i 
i 
• l 
i 
i 

41549 
76342 
83623 
54768 
53588 

1 
25235 
29947 

71766 
55819 
60485 
48307 
24415 
29226 
27101 
28837 
76866 
78782 

61524 

5 
172 

' 3226 
2349 

62905 

126284 

35318 
40673 
37419 
44387 
34960 
26140 
24515 
24848 

31156 
25349 

515 

45709 
66637 
59871 
59844 

5995 
6450 

353355 
80514 
83541 

40954S 

44973 

35075 

15965 
69910 
27075 
34769 
53515 
51864 
19309 
22892 
19791 
53067 

24665 

a«2t& 

24548 

54336 
59590 
51670 
3057 B 
62888 
55975 
22076 
26218 
51467 
63374 
61509 
53392 
55086 
56691 
65923 
58504 
65929 
57666 
65407 
52225 
67548 
60566 
63102 
81399 
54129 
65514 
63592 
71383 
55512 
55887 
77197 

81617 

49919 

3536 
40297 

68718 

52111 

47336 
53537 

86764 
52833 

397831 

277769 

77029 

36115 
64412 
59244 

60297 

6527 

52080 
33500 
34424 
93235 
106996 
76603 
70196 
70457 
77328 
87619 
77832 
75960 
83571 
79728 
81614 
86577 

80377 
93536 
86644 

79420 
90753 
84511 
75238 

83169 

• 37909 



ST. NO. D. NAME 



ROTTERDAM DR 

A POIRIER 
B NIEMI 
B TEUSINK 
G CAMPBELL 
G PIERCE 
J BPENNAN 
J DAVIS 
S NEIDIG 
24 M KUSSAINI 
29 V VATISTA3 
61 J CLEVEN 
69 S MEYER 
91 A WARNE3 
95 R LONERGAtl 
SAVAGE RD 

1201 N JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 

1800 N JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 

4O350 N JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 

40650 N JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 

40651 N JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 

40900 N JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 

40901 N JCC REALTY LLC ( BCP 
SEQUOIA CT 

366 R APPELT 

SPAFFORO ST 

1005 JOAN A TOFT TRUST 

STERBENZ CT 

324 K LAUREL 
SUMMERLYH DR 

A HYTNIK 

B GUNTY 

K SIMPKtNS 

KENNEDY HOMES 

KENNEDY HOMES 

KENNEDY HOMES 

H HUNTER 

WESTFIELD HOMES 

TIFFANY RD 

6B5 TIFFANY ROAD LIMITED 
901 TIFFANY ROAD LIMITED 

TIFFANY FARMS RD 

R CARLISLE 
TIFFANY FARMS HOMEOWNERS 
WESTFIELO HOMES 
836 H TYNSKI 
TREVOR RD 

C HERMAN 

TURNBURRY LN 

A NASI 

D NORBERG 

J HARRIS 

5 LEWANDOWSK! 

WESTFIELD HOMES 
VAN DYKE DR 

B SUDERSKI 

D OPFENHEIM 

G WARD 

H THOLEN 

H YUKNA 

R HART 

R SCHWERY 

S WALTON 

44 T GROSCH 

45 T YORK 
VANDERMEER OR 

H GAGE 
20 RHONE, INC. t RYLAND 
36 P DI PINO 
44 C BRUNO 
VICTORIA ST 

960 W RENTNER J JOHNSON 
1034 W JENNRICH 
WALNUT CT 

587 V LEONARD 
589 R VILLALOBOS 
595 D WIELGAT 

UHXTfc-ao 

H JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 

21100 W JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 

21149 W JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 

21151 W JCC REALTY LLC 4 BCP 

WINDMILL CREEK DR 

326 E G SCHNEIDER 

WINDSOR TER 

284 N L VISCIONI 

300 r ZEIEN 

WOOD CREEK DR 

705 L HACKELL 

WOODLAND DR 

B PLATE 

741 KLM BUILDERS, INC 

751 KLM BUILOERS, INC 

777 STATE BANK OF THE LAKES 

788 J HOELLER 

789 A FULLER 

794 STATE BANK OF THE LAKES 
799 F PEDERSEN 
815 F LALICH 
827 N DICKENS 
833 J ROSE 
838 J ROSE 
850 R DZIELAK 
B57 STATE BANK OF THE LAKES 
863 J MRKONICH 
870 G SCHNEIDER 
175 J HECK 
883 F PEDERSEN 
899 B LAU 
694 T SMITH 
897 C MEYER 
912 M ZAHACKI 
935 H SAYER 
943 T HUEBNER 
ZCLINGER LN 

181 R RILEY 
183 M WALSH 
1ST ST 

532 J ANDRE 
BALSAM CT 

6220 P SCHARMER 
CANARY CRASS LN 
8421 A VONDRA 
8423 R KOPIO 
8425 REVA RAY LLC CAPITAL 
8427 N MALINOWSXI 
CEDAR ST 

8518 E SAWYER 
CHANNEL DR 
- 38425 N J NESTLER 
CINNAMON 

8222 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
8224 R MASTON 
8226 R S CHART £ 
9228 * REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
8230 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
9232 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
8234 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
6236 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
CONVERSE RD 

42614 N THELEN SAND 4 GRAVEL, 
COTONWOOD CT 

9331 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
COTTONWOOD. CT 

8321 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 

8322 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 

8323 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 

8324 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 

8325 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 

8326 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
0327 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
8329 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
8329 J ESUERTE 

8333 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
■ 0335 D EVANS 
DEERPATH CT 

1180 C HART 
EASTSHORE DR 

978 J FIERAMOSCA 

982 J CAILE 

905 H TRAVAGLIO 

986 D BUETOW 

FAIRWAY DR 



INDEX NUMBER 


IMP 


TOTAL 








VALUE 




ANTIOCH 




0209105013 




40046 


55765 


02091D5016 




37496 


53235 


0209104019 




35497 


51236 


0209104020 




23053 


24276 


0209104023 




25507 


27061 


0209105014 




44681 


60422 


0209105015 




51B30 


67569 


0209105010 




53192 


68931 


0209105002 




50795 


66534 


0209103007 




58B49 


74590 


0209104016 




49197 


64938 


0209104017 




39768 


55507 


0209104021 




40517 


56256 


0209104022 




41140 


56730 




ANTIOCH 




02233000030011 


5963 


14257 


02233000020011 




235 


02233000010021 




4994 


02231000030021 




1828 


02231000040021 




6470 


02231000010021 




2805 


02231000020021 




2692 




ANTIOCH 




0209206011 




49653 


65393 




ANTIOCH 




0208309079 




71008 


83t36 




ANTIOCH 




0209206027 




52089 


67828 




AHTIOCH 




0207103012 


■ 


14118 


27722 


0207102054 




31778 


45361 


0207102055 




45006 


58609 


0207102048 




61488 


75091 


0207102049 




62142 


75979 


0207102050 




54034 


67636 


0207102056 




24905 


38508 


0207103020 




56355 


69628 




ANTIOCH 




0207400005 






14915 


0207400006 




239297 


254111 




ANTIOCH 




0207104023 




24219 


37022 


0207104021 






1 


0207104024 




10780 


24384 


020710400B 




46375 


59977 




ANTIOCH 




02064000080021 




6801 




ANTIOCH 




0207102083 




60122 


73725 


0207102078 




51987 


65589 


0207102087 




57929 


70383 


O207102OB8 




44344 


5794? 


0207102079 




47029 


60631 




ANTIOCH 




0208205059 




42330 


58071 


0209103006 




24431 


25595 


0208205060 




35237 


36927 


0209103005 




36866 


52605 


0208215009 




51045 


66785 


O208205O65 




48817 


52311 


0208205064 




51579 


67319 


0208205063 




50545 


66294 


0208205067 




34474 


50215 


0208215013 




47581 


63320 




ANTIOCH 




0208205022 




36289 


52028 


O208212OO6 




44743 


60335 


0208212003 




43444 


59185 


0208212002 




30578 


39515 




ANTIOCH 




0208309045 




22427 


32126 


0208309060 




33615 


47648 




ANTIOCH 




0207201115 




65447 


84660 


0207201116 




65106 


84447 


0207201118 




68922 


88011 


f m —w — 


AHTIOCH .. 


. t ,^ L[ „ , 


•02222000030021 




507B 


02154000050021 




5582 


02222000020021 




3101 


02224000020021 




1445 




ANTIOCH 




0209207002 




50062 


73801 




ANTIOCH 




0217107005 


■ 


72498 


76120 


0217107004 




55663 


61492 


* 


ANTIOCH 




0207208002 




82467 


101815 




ANTIOCH 




O21820B009 


t 


40277 


41812 


0218208016 




01559 


110617 


0218209015 


* 


67224 


93341 


0218200012 






1866 


0218209009 




74432 


00557 


0218208011 




S6003 


57854 


0218209006 




72342 


91592 


0218209010 




15701 


■ 17413 


0210208007 




74406 


104727 


0218208005 




69729 


77500 


0219208004 




25086 


29159 


0218209002 




60267 


93450 


0218209001 




27971 


30254 


0218101001 




80909 


107410 


0218101002 




84361 


107810 


0218102001 




B9845 


107265 


0219101003 




72370 


95437 


Q2181010Q5 




13590 


16483 


0218101006 




81009 


83665 


0218102004 




31149 


33335 


0218101007 




69670 


90194 


0218102006 




73459 


85231 


0218101012 




62863 


78403 


0218101013 




64790 


78923 




ANTIOCH 




0205402084 


■i 


37077 


76331 


0205402003 


• 


43706 


66567 




ANTIOCH 




0207203002 




'48437 


63205 




FOX 


LAKE 




0128401221 




11213 


15950 




FOX 


LAKE 




0127302040 




48446 


71541 


0127302036 




29417 


29600 


0127302035 




9441 


9623 


0127302039 




48446 

■ 


'.71541 




FOX 


LAKE 




0128401106 




49618 


61317 




FOX 


LAKE 




0133306003 




29665 


3329? 




FOX 


LAKE 




0127302065 




49518 


72615 


0127302061 




21012 


21195 


0127302062 




25101 


25364 


0127302066 






182 


0127302057 






182 


0127302053 




12881 


13063 


0127302054 






162 


0127302050 




■ 


182 




FOX 


LAKE 




01092000090021 




1193 




rox 


LAKE 




0127302052 






102 




FOX 


LAKE 


4 


0127302064 






102 


0127302041 




43602 


43785 


0127302060 




16009 


16992 


0127302037 




37022 


38005 


0127302059 




42024 


65121 


0127302038 






102 


0127302063 




29060 


29251 


0127302042 




24223 


24406 


0127302056 




24223 


24406 


0127302051 


■ 


42024 


65121 


0127302055 




48446 


71543 




FOX 


LAKE 




0133101004 




52142 


55169 




FOX 


LAKE 




0133207011 




118916 


160885 


0133207009 




124636 


171468 


0133207014 




112624 


134877 


0133207007 




U9064 


165696 




FOX 


LAKE 





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October 19,2001 



ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP ASSESSMENT 



Lakeland Newspapers I C3 



ST. NO. D. NAME INDEX NUMBER IMP TOTAL 

(Con tin tied from preceding page) VALUE 












; 

o 



1031 

. 1033 

1035 

1041 

1043 
1047 

GOLDENROD 

0226 

8226 

8230 

8232 

8234 

8236 

8236 

8240 



C FIJAK 

REMINGTON AT WOODLAND 

REMINGTON AT WOODLAND 

J MALLEY 

S UHBRICHT 

RICE 

R GUI HON 

A STREB 

G HAHNLEIN 



REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
A 3IEHION 

REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
8238 REVA BAY LLC CAPITAL 
K NCADAM 
GREENLEAP PL 

28650 W G GLA3HAGEL 
HICKORY ST 
39361 N J GILBERTSON 
39379 H G LEWIS 
39405 N H WOOOIN 
HWY 173 
28100 W TKELEN SAND 4 GRAVEL INC 01092000100021 



0128301054 
0128301053 
0128301060 
0128301064 
0128301063 
0128301062 
0128301052 
0128301061 
0128301059 

0127302043 
0127302044 
0127302045 
0127302046 
0127302047 
0127302048 
0127302049 
0127302050 

0133306008 

0128403023 
0128403024 
0128403019 



49152 



27143 
24425 
31667 
54346 
54316 
26651 
FOX LAKE 

42967 



ST. NO. D. NAME 



INDEX NUMBER IMP 



9411 
42967 



FOX 



.17186 
LAKE 



FOX LAKE 

29434 
15696 
28129 

FOX LAKE 



■ 



28350 W THELEN SAND t GRAVEL, 
28426 NO THELEN 
28426 W S TKELEN 
28480 H THELEN SANO t GRAVEL. 
MALLARD CT 

1183 R HAHABADI 
1187 P BUCKWALD 
NASSAU COLONY 



01094000010021 
010920000B0010 
01092000080011 

01092000010011 



96393 



18970 



0133101021 
0133101023 






421 
422 
423 
424 
425 
426 
427 



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ( 0133100748 






























P HANSEN 
J HENIFF 
R WILLIAMS 
J VON KAENEL 
D OEVER 

NATALIE W STERNBERG, 
OAKWOOD DR 

N G RIEFENBERG 
N L LEMITAN 
N REMINGTON AT WOODLAND 
N REMINGTON AT WOODLAND 
PARK AV 

42805 N THELEN SAND 4 GRAVEL 
SHORE DR 

1217 N G LEWIS 
STATE PARK RD 

7720 C PETRUNGARO 
39747 N L FRANCHI 
TRUDY LN 

1025 G MARCONI 
VISCAYA DR 

7202 V BORST 
7212 M DEMARZO 
7214 STATE BANK OF WOODSTOCK 
7216 W MC CALL 
WCSTSHORE OR 

971 T WILLIAMS 
974 J VAN DYKE 
983 D SCARIHBOLO 
991 H SCHWIND 
CHERRY CT 



0133100749 
0133100750 
0133100751 
0133100752 
0133100753 
0133100754 

0128301056 
0128301057 
0128301055 
0128301056 



FOX LAKE 

51418 
71187 
FOX LAKE 

7399 
7399 
4826 
2966 
4826 
4826 
4826 
FOX LAKE 

50199 
21300 



FOX LAKE 



01101000070021 















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k 







D ARMBRUSTER 

CANGELOSI 

E CAREY 

E WEBSTER Z SANCHEZ D 

C ROBERTO 

H BERANEK 

H BROWN 

R TOLLMAN 

R VOYTA 

T PORTER 

J HOJNACKI 

B VWLU. - 

MARCH 

T MIGHTOWER 

R FLEXG R ZARITZ 

G KOZXEL 

G NELLES8EN 



*T 



ELDERBERRY LN 





















































o 






































CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
CLASSIC HOMES 
E DIESNER 
E LAPIERRE 
J CIESLEWICZ 
J HICKS 
J KNOTH 
J KRAVETSKY 



0127301037 

0128300058 
0128100005 

i 

0128401252 

0134122017 
0134122010 
0134122012 
0134122014 

- 

0133101042 
0133101025 
0133101036 
0133101047 

0221413043 
0221413067 
0221413048 
0221413069 
0221413051 
0221413050 
0221413068 
0221413040 
0221413046 
0221413066 
0221413070 
0221413047 
0221413045 

0221413044 
0221413042 
0221413041 
0221413039 

■ 

0221413100 

0221413101 

0221413074 

0221413080 

0221413083 

0221413090 

0221413091 

0221413092 

0221413093 

0221413094 

0221413095 

0221413096 

0221413097 

0221413098 

0221413099 

0221413073 

0221413061 

0221413089 

0221413079 

0221413056 

0221413071 






FOX LAKE 

FOX LAKE 

193723 

52707 

FOX LAKE 

51399 

.FOX LAKE 

12S487 

100576 

86652 

96537 

FOX LAKE 

27373 

59962 

107046 

109272 

LAKE VILLA 

26200 

70192 

38434 

83554 

60004 

92429 

82801 

49445 

30513 

77615 

66104 

7O10&_ 

69391 

68486 

87690 

67503 

91614 

LAKE VILLA 



. 



r wr 



• • 



66908 



-* 



OAKLAND RIDGE HOMEOWNERS 0221413078 

P VAZQUEZ 0221413072 

R GOTTLIEB 0221413059 

R LOWE 0221413061 

R RAWLINS .0221413058 

ROB ROY COMMERCIAL JOINT 0221413084 

ROB ROY COMMERCIAL JOINT 0221413065 

ROB ROY COMMERCIAL JOINT 0221413086 

ROB ROY COMMERCIAL JOINT 0221413087 

ROB ROY COMMERCIAL JOINT 0221413088 



51615 
49993 
25805 
40145 

85520 
63275 

61601 
88973 
47606 
67575 



S PACOUREK 
S POVIT3KY 












MULBERRY CT 

401 R RODRIGUEZ 

404 D KNICKERBOCKER 

405 M JOHNSON 

406 CHARTER NATIONAL BANK 4 
409 J MALONEY 

1633 E BOSE 
1705 J FLORIP 
MULBERRY DR 



■ 


























1617 

1628 
1630 
1636 
1638 

1703 
1704 
1706 
1707 

1706 
1709 
1710 



C KLOC 

C ULRICH 

J PERSIN 

L MILTFONG 

OAKLAND RIDGE HOMEOWNERS 0221414012 



0221413075 
0221413082 

0221414011 

0221414007 

0221414010 

0221414008 

0221414009 

0221414006 

0221414002 

0221413064 
0221413076 
0221413077 
0221413065 



A ANHARI 
CLASSIC HOMES 
F HAMPTON 
C CARUTH 
R SISK 
W MARSAR 
J ALEXAKOS 
J PENNELL 
S CHRAPLA 
H BYNUM 
M TROEDEL 
J BOGHOSIAN 















• 









" 



I ■ 












OAKLAND DR 

1609 CLASSIC HOMES 
1611 J MACK 
1613 C RICHFORD 
.1615 C FARREY 
1616 G CASPARY 

1618 J THOMPSON * 

1619 T SANDERSON 

1620 S SOUKUP 

1621 C HILL 

1622 ELSTRON 

1623 N OOOLEY 
KELLY RD 

19240 U TEMPEL STEEL COMPANY 
19326 H TEMPEL STEEL COMPANY 
ADDISON LN 
42309 N R LINDBLAO 

42523 N R DOTY 
42708 N D SHOTOLA 
42728 N J CERNY 
ALEXANDER AV 
26364 W G ENGSTROM . 



0221413032 
0221415002 
0221415001 
0221413023 
0221413022 
0221414003 
0221413025 
0221413026 
0221414001 
0221413027 
0221414013 
0221413026 

0221413036 
0221413035 
0221413034 
0221413033 
0221414018 
0221414017 
0221413031 
0221414016 
0221413030 
0221414015 
0221413029 



82711 
36152 

LAKE VILLA 
67319 
. 43166 
89186 
74B05 
. 75531 
54774 
59244 

LAKE VILLA 
60816 
93523 
83679 
46115 

58284 

76163 
28030 
87202 
69214 
61602 
83554 
67319 
69846 
86892 
63683 
66442 

LAKE VILLA 
61597 
2997S 
80067 
70071 
69003 
43644 
• 45777 
69918 
91308 
46789 
59093 

OLD MILL CREEK 



02244020100011 

02244000040021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112411010 29615 

0112207056 

0112206006 68592 

0112206004 71088 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0126405001 32882 



66365 
182 
182 
27325 
24607 
31849 
71559 
71529 
26833 

182 
66062 

162 

9593 

66064 

182 

182 
17368 

9962 

33340 
19602 
35941 

1153 

225 

104167 

2011 

21790 

72253 
84712 

11130 
11130 
7294 
4521 
7294 
7294 
7294 

67412 

21482 

182 

182 



210 

5790 

310993 
58376 

68420 

145119 
117547 

106760 
116757 

74009 

63257 

153682 

127149 

27617 

67682 

40265 

101044 

61539 

109919 

100291 

51395 

32168 

95105 

63594 

"86881 

85976 

105176 

84993 

109104 

1404 

1404 

84398 

1521 

1638 

1521 

1579 

1579 

1579 

1579 

1579 

1463 

1404 

. 1404 

1404 

53367 

51572 

27268 

42542 

103010 

80764 

I 

79091 

106463 

49283 

65065 

1521 

1404 

1404 

1404 

1404 

100201 

37731 

84809 

44914 
106676 
92357 
93021 
72264 
76734 

62293 

111013 

101169 

47592 

1 

59684 

93651 

29778 

104692 

86704 

63202 

101044 

84809 

87336 

104382 

101173 

• 3932 

79087 
31376 
97557 
87393 
86493 
45101 
47234 
87408 
106798 
48246 
60493 

79 
: 59 



31612 

5900 
86544 
88686 

34875 






TOTAL 
VALUE 



ASTOR ST 

26633 W W BECKEY 
BALD EAGLE RD 

40319 N R CIMAGLIO 
BAYVIEW DR 

41317 N G JACKSON 

41395 N F KSIOSZK 
BEACH DR 

24893 W M HERMES 
BEACH GROVE RD 

23649 W D GREEN 

23651 W D GREEN 

24650 W DIAMOND DEVELOPMENT LLC 

24900 W MARJORIE C SCHNEIDER, 

25035 W S KREUTZER 

25149 W J HERMAN 

25400 W MARJORIE C SCHNEIDER, 
BECK RD 

40145 N C LENG 
BLUFF DR 

40301 N CHAIN-O-LAKES PARK 

40339 N J BISCHOFFER 

40389 N F GUARDO 
BLUFr LAKE RD 

40260 N L HEUVELMAN 

40450 N J WIENER 
BURR HOLLOW OR 

19570 W G PEDERSEN 
CATALPA RD 

26612 N D MARCUSSEN 
CEDAR CREST DR 

39046 N S DOMANSKI 

39124 N C FULLER 

39320 N T KANE J CAMPISE 
CHANNEL OR 

24946 O DIEMER 
CIRCLE AV 

39679 N E AMBACHER 

40073 N J WEBEL 

4007B N R COINS 
CLEARVIEW DR 

41966 N M GOLDEN 
CONVERSE RD 

42718 N O THELEN 
COUNTRY CLUB OR 

41511 N WILLIAM H 4 SUSAN M 
COX DR 

43385 N H KRAGIE 

43399 N H KRAGIE 

43411 N M KRAGIE 

43423 N H KRAGIE 
DEEP LAKE RD 



UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




0135305010 44617 


54072 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




0220305004 69720 


80695 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




0216303137 24880 


43982 


0216303136 21542 


35733 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




0206305004 65485 


77521 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




02201000060021 


4621 


02173000130021 


.8 


C 02183000040021 


2494 


02183000050011 


6034 


0124200003 80947 


123622 


01242000130021 


6139 


01134000130011 549 


7255 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




02243000140021 


278 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




0124403024 


1 


0124403025 36931 


42645 


0124403015 57243 


64861 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




0124304010 12615 


16422 


01243000010011 2476 


2909 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


■ 


02131000250011 


313 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




0102302020 


8009 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




0125411006 53309 


77423 


0125411015 91047 


115813 


0125411033 52637 


75449 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 




02063000330021 


506 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 





ST. NO. D. NAME 



INDEX NUMBER 



0125210029 

0124412032 

0124415014 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0216100023 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

01092000050011 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0114218009 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0101304027 

0101304026 

0101304025 
. 0101304024 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 



37995 



39811 



58718 



40099 N STATE BANK OF THE LAKES 02223000110021 



40116 N L RYAN 
40160 N J SODERQUIST 
40812 N S KUZMICKAS 
40899 N G VANDER MEER 
40989 N G VANDER MEER 
41660 N D LECLAIRE 
41720 N C KNIGGE 
41784 N E STERNBERG 
41866 N T HOMAN 
41910 N N FLAMENT 
42263 N T FURLAN 
42320 N R WELLS | 
42353 N E 4 R LIMITED 
42376 N R WELLS 
42411 N N FURLAN T FURLAN 
42701 N E 6 R LIMITED 
42810 N R SCOTT 
42851 N G FOX 
42696 N D LAUGHLIN 
43069 N J GRANDFIELD 
43090 N J GRANDFIELD 
43243 N N KOSAR 



.02214000350011 

02214000340011 

0221203028 

02221000050021 

02221000040021 

02162000200011 

02162000140011 

02162000130011 

02162000120011 

02162000110011 

02103000080021 

02094000340021 

02103000020021 

02094000330021 

02103000070011 

02101000020011 

02092000090021 

02102000020021 

02092000040021 

02033000150011 

02044000240011 

02033000030011 



14186 
14048 
37970 



6221 
1366 
2161 
1179 
964 



1450 
5120 



43400 N KENNETH CROWLEY, TRUSTEE 02044000030021 



" • 



43425 N J CANELLA 
.imi.M-j rmiu. . , 

DOT PL 

41745 N T JONES 
DRESSELLS RD 

25630 M LASALLE BANK 
DREXEL BLVD 

38377 N T STOLARIK 

38383 N C MCG7NN 

38563 N T ANDREWS 

36635 N W ANDERSON 
EDGAR AV 

?5087 V C PORRECA 
EDWARDS RD 

19095 W M NASR 

19110 M L PIENIAZEK 

19110 M L PIENIAZEK 

19200 U BRIGHTON FARM L.L.C. 

19275 W M NASR 

19320 W BRIGHTON FARM LLC 

19360 W C MENDELSON . . 

19401 W H NASR 

19450 M C MENDELSON 

19555 M D HILANI 

19689 M D MILANl 

19717 M D MILANl 
EL1ME RD 

41001 N R WAIGAND C THEESFIELD 

41005 N R SCHULTKEIS 
ELM ST 

26261 K SCHENK C CHERRY 
FAIR OAKS CIR 

26405 M T BEATTY 

26455 W C SKAAR M SKAAR 
FAIRVIEM DR 

22451 W B PETERSON 
FAIRVIEM ST 

40431 N J KEMPF 

40540 N C DRENTH R MYERS 
FLORENCE AV 

25679 W C STRANG 

25713 II R JACHIMOWSKI 
FOREST AV 

25199 M S MILD 
FOREST LN 

42515 N R CAULLEY 
FOX DR 

40261 N K FOX 

40265 N R RAINES 

40319 N J PLONKA 

40319 N L KINCAIO 

40339 N H SINKOVEC 
FREDRICK CT 

25705 M M LEMONS 
GOLDEN EAGLE RD 

40300 N M LOPEZ 
GRACE LN 



02033000140011 

02011000110011 



2635 

596 

5371 

1179 



40407 

3443 

42387 

77 

1187 

66718 

1261 
1184 
1164 
1184 

6020 

16046 

14347 

80674 

11900 

4715 

6629 

2669 

3104 

2454 

2491 

1467 

689 

132 

91 

5214 

15360 

1896 

2965 

878 

3702 

705 

6279 

1920 

2804 

_S41 



UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0114215024 41152 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0124103013 13328 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 
0135402022 
0135402019 
' 0135216001 
01.35202014 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112407010 53636 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 



50832 



18956 



18007 


39710 


37249 


54357 


67637 


89507 


55497 


76607 



106807 
57757 

121064 



02124000020011 

02122000100010 

02122000100011 

02122000090011 

02124000040021 

02122000020021 

02122000040021 

02124000030021 

02122000010021 

02123000110011 35827 

02123000140021 

02124000050021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0124101006 89485 

0113301007 -- 44582 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0114219020 26039 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0111409007 18070 

0111409019 71148 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0221400045 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0124302004 22617 

0124301001 6416 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0124106024 90330 

0124106023 87742 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0125211019 1414 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0110109006 36149 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0222300025 

0222300018 

0222300023 

0222300024 

0222300016 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112303006 33729 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0220305009 79099 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 



56427 

114511 

65530 

363 

127254 

686 

3793 

. 6210 

3035 

2154 

40466 

2459 

2431 

157977 
87226 

39057 

20062 
86787 

1244 

24882 
8650 

140516 
130759 

20839 

43804 



47066 


63826 


23986 


39492 




1005 


49319 


65073 


83247 


98753 



25276 W NORTHERN STATES TRUST CO 0124402004 



104331 






GRAPEVINE AV UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

26431 W r GERAGHTY 0111206007 

GRASS LAKE RD UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 



22532 N E KULP 
22790 W E KULP 
22926 M J STERBENZ 
23041 W F GAVIN 
23176 W J STERBENZ 
23480 W G DICKSON 
23601 W P DAHL , 
24174 W O RYAN 
24203 W P PETTY 

24299 W H SCHWIND 

24300 W FAITH EVANGELICAL 
26450 W LASALLE BANK 

GRIDLEY DR 
40547 N D rRIEDIE 
40624 N M JACKSON 
40698 N S MILLIKEN 

GRIMM RD 

22925 W D BOYLAN K BOYLAN 

23053 W A ANZINGER IBOYLAN 

23192 N D BOYLAN 

23223 W D BOYLAN K BOYLAN 

23360 N D BOYLAN K BOYLAN 
HARBOR RIDGE DR 

24626 M ANTIOCH GOLF VENTURE 

39841 N A FASANO 

39843 N R NELSON - 

39845 N F NAUMANN 



10027 



39443 



108747 



164944 



14047 



DC 02224000010021 




7307 


02213000130021 




587 


02213000040011 


2489 


6681 


02213000100021 




619 


0220400023 




15165 


02204000310021 




1102 


0220404011 


42434 


51475 


02203000100021 




7514 


0219400013 


35225 


39569 


02194000370011 


2126 


2914 


02194000200021 




362 


02194000350021 




3167 


0126400031 


102888 


134350 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 






0220103022 


70269 


91099 


0220102011 


33274 


.37313 


0220102007 


40033 


46660 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


1 ' - 




02163000030021 




639 


02174000030021 




48 


02174000280021 




369 


02174000220011 


808 


5169 


02174000210021 


i 


1106 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


■ 


. 


0219300022 


99307 


102577 


0125227051 


34755 


44379 


0125227050 




97 


0125227049 


35606 


45230 



39847 N H CHAMBERS 

39851 N ROBERT M ZALESNY, 

39853 N V R0GER3 

39855 N H ROONEY 

39857 N S MACZALA 

39873 H ANTIOCH GOLF VENTURE 
HAWTHORN LN 

24051 W R VANTREECK 

24193 W L PASIETA 
HICKORY AV 

39450 N J CORCORAH 
HIGHVIEW DR 

39478 N T SEXTON 
HIGHWOODS DR 

25485 W P HETTICH 
HILLOALE AV 

25485 W M HARVEY 
HILLTOP AV 

38530 N P LAURSEN 
HOOK CIR 

41088 N K KEMPF 

41092 N K KEMPF 
HWY 173 

0. A LITTLE 
T UPTON 
T UPTON 

19101 W ABBOTT LABORATORIES 

19229 M ABBOTT LABORATORIES TAX 

19351 W ABBOTT LABORATORIES 

19401 W ABBOTT LABORATORIES TAX 

19588 EILEEN C PEDERSEN, 

19901 W L DOOLITTLE 

20051 W L DOOLITTLE 

20149 W L DOOLITTLE 
20149 W L DOOLITTLE 
20349 N L DOOLITTLE 
20399 W L DOOLITTLE 
20428 W G ADKINS 
20475 M J SULLIVAN 
20550 W L DOOLITTLE 
20855 W D GADE 
21101 W C ALLEN 
22274 N S OGDEN 
22350 W J HIRONIMUS 
• 22381 W A JACOBSEN 
22400 W S OGDEN S OGDEN K 
22402 W S OGDEN S OGDEN K 
22644 M L COHN 
22676 W L COHN 
22682 M L COHN 
22696 W L COHN 
22716 M L COHN 
22722 W L COHN 
22730 W L COHN 
22736 N L COHN 
22744 W L COHN 

22760 M THE UPTON PROPERTIES, 
22791 W W PETTY 
22828 W THE UPTON PROPERTIES, 
22851 W D BOYLAN K BOYLAN 
22655 W W PETTY 
22931 W D BOYLAN K BOYLAN 
23149 W D BOYLAN K BOYLAN 
26166 W C WORSWICK 
26912 N LEWIS FAMILY LIMITED 
27166 M B MILLETT 
27224 M S WAOLEY 
27272 W LEHMANN REALTY SERVICE 
27350 V T KRZUS 
27444 M T KRZUS 
27650 W T KRZUS 

HWY 45 

r—^oozo'M-o -p u ro uw o — r— — — v r ■■ . -- v 

40401 N ABBOTT LABORATORIES 

40450 N LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

40500 N LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

40580 N LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

40700 N LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

40729 N ABBOTT LABORATORIES 

40851 N ABBOTT LABORATORIES 

40862 N LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

40900 N LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

41036 N LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

41080 N LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

41101 N ABBOTT LABORATORIES 

41482 N C VRAKAS 

41725 N R PEDERSEN 

41800 N M MYERS 

42030 N GRAND PREMIER TRUST 

42094 N D CARROLL 

42222 H HAGG NURSERY 

42265 N D MILANl 

42288 N HAGG NURSERY 

42404 N L LORENZ 

42580 N R ROHRS 

42606 N LENA STABLES INC 

42650 N LEWA STABLES INC 

42666 N K GENO 

42741 N C MENDELSON 

42750 N LEWA STABLES INC 

42776 N LEWA STABLES INC 

42800 N G VOLPENOESTA 

42810 N W BLAKE K BLAKE M BLAKE 

42624 N G VOLPENOESTA 

42940 N G VOLPENOESTA 

43008 N G VOLPENOESTA 

43022 N P SUHADOLNIK 

43066 N P SUHADOLNIK 

43075 N C MENDELSON 

43100 N T MILLER S GILJE 

43136 N T MILLER 

43230 N JOSEPH V 4 R V HUN LEY, 

43233 N H GREER 



43441 N 1ST NATL BANK OF 

HWY 59 
40775 N J BAUER 
40872 N K BLOOM 
40922 N M GARCIA 
40936 N D FRILLMAN 
41050 N DIAMOND DEVELOPMENT LLC 

- 

HWY 83 

4047 N STATE OF ILLINOIS, 
40435 N STATE OF 
40437 N G SOULA 
40447 N R BILEK • 
40451 N STATE OF 



0125227048 

0125227047 

0125227046 

0125227045 

0125227044 

0125200032 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0218402016 

0218402003 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0125402016 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0125301003 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0125208022 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0125216002 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0135110036 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0216404002 

0216404001 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02161000190021 

02161000200021 

02161000210021 

02134000040021 

02134000020021 

02134000030021 

02134000010021 

02131000280011 

02133000010021 

02144000040021 

02144000020010 

02144000020011 

02144000010021 

02144000030021 

02142010010011 

02144010010011 

02142000010021 

02143000010011 

02154000040021 

02162000070011 

02162000240021 

0216400010 

02162000090011 

02162000060021 

02161020110021 

02161020080021 

02161020070021 

02161020060021 

02161020040021 

02161020030021 

02161020020021 

02161020010021 

02161000120011 

02161000160011 

02163000130021 

02161050010011 

02163000090021 

02163000120011 

02163000060021 

02172000240021 

0111411038 

01113000060011 
01104000070011 

01102000040021 

01104000050011 

01104000010021 

01102000030021 
01101000050021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 
rr— 02243000120011: 

02244000020021 

02244000010021 

02242000030021 

02241000060011 

02241000050021 

02242000020021 

02241000030021 

02241000040021 

02241000020021 

02133000060021 

0213300003 

02133000040021 

02133000020011 

02131000240011 

02131000310011 

02123000080011 

02123000070021 

02123000050021 

02123000130011 

• 02123000040011 

02123000020011 

02121000060011 

02121000070021 

02112000090021 

02121000040011 

02121000020011 

02112000140021 

02112000130021 

' 02112000170021 

02112000080021 

02121000030021 

02121000010011 

02013000100021 

02024000140011 

02013000090021 

02013000080021 

■ 

02013000070021 

02024000130011 

02024000100011 

02013000130011 

02024000060011 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02192000110011 

0219202015 

0219202013 

0219202012 

02184000050021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0220401022 

0220401024 

0220401025 

0220401023 

0220400047 



IMP 


TOTAL 




VALUE 




97 


30487 


40111 


35606 


45230 


37546 


47170 


34755 


44379 


3627 


16547 


85514 


104972 


61948 


78894 



11099 



43769 



24174 



33307 



35581 



58857 



17338 
42089 



450 
3820 

3668 

5800 

102699 
5629 



2447 
558 

961 

| 

1600 



61059 
6743 
2685 

4373 



24252 



26223 
455 

2253 

5014 



19405 
963 

1661 
6153 



4780 
1382 



17757 



5791 



1661 
1767 
2512 
1001 

3780 
42021 
45611 
25398 



13290 

47932 

29973 

35955 

47174' 

61936 
3985 

32 
32 
25 

5061 
4020 
7312 
5717 
3248 
6251 
1309 

25112 
47500 
5331 
1404 
2252 
5275 
24762 
5511 
4989 
7413 
5482 
134194 
6361 
1122 
9 
3 
3 
3 
4 
8 
9 
14 
4113 
978 
395 
1831 
385 
1984 
261 
1418 
66049 
6947 
3403 
218 
4421 
288 
352 
11367 

-r^ano 

5744 

146 

44 

31412 

452 

11511 

2558 

2599 

1253 

330 

166022 

4008 

27344 

782 

2855 

5716 

2312 

667 

21014 

2119 

3537 

6771 

6088 

. 3686 

7369 

13526 

10172 

854 

5689 

336 

21 

19843 

112 

8338 

281 

6932 

40 

2783 

2138 

2666 

1284 

4060 
57349 
60941 
40450 

3532 



40455 N EAGLE PROPERTIES ONE LLC 0220400048 



40715 N R LASCO 

40717 N STATE Or ILLINOIS, 

40719 N R LASCO 

40833 N STATE OF ILLINOIS, 

40137 N WILLIAM R LASCO, TRUSTEE 

40653 N STATE OF ILLINOIS, 

40857 W G LASCO 

40877 N STATE OF ILLINOIS, 

40681 N WILLIAM R LASCO, TRUSTEE 

40900 N R HAUTZINGER 

41051 N STATE OF ILLINOIS, 

41055 N R NANKINS 

41061 N N I C C INC 

41125 N D BEELON D HERTEL 

41157 N D BEELOW HERTEL 



41205 N D BOYLAN K BOYLAN 






41408 N STATE OF ILLINOIS, 
41412 N GREAT NORTHERN BANK 
JANET CT ' 
39589 N L SNIDEREK 



0220207018 
0220207016 

0220207017 
0220200054 
0220200055 
0220200052 

0220200053 
0220200050 
,0220200051 

02201010120011 
0217400031 . 

0217400032 

02174000130011 

02174000270021 

02174000260021 

02174000040021 
0217300019 

0217300016 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0125101009 



21621 



23357 



131954 



34320 



52534 



58511 

Continued on next page 







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C4 / Lakeland Newspapers 



ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP ASSESSMENT 



October 19, 2001 







ST. NO. D. NAME INDEX NUMBER 

(Continued from preceding page) 



IMP 






JAHETTE ST 

42812 N J MARTINI 
JERSEY AV 

25050 W P HATHESOH 
KONEN AV 

JB575 N M GOFRON 

38583 N M GOFRON 

3R597 U H GOFRON 

38609 N TOWNSHIP OF ANTIOCH 

38611 N M GOFRON 
LAKE AV 

42558 N 3 BAYER 

4326b N W DORNOUSCH 

43303 N G RUDOLPH 

43473 N M MC KINNEY 

4 3473 N H HC KINNEY 

43479 N T MC KINNEY 
LAKE CT 

39341 N D SHILLING 
LAKE OR 

40481 N J CARPENTER 
LAKE BLUFF DR 

40525 N A HUDEC 
40537 N A HUDEC 

LAKE SHORE DR 
23019 H B HUELS 
23060 W N I C C INC 
23110 W C 3TORC 
23150 W D BEELOW D HERTEL 
23168 W V HAY 
40360 N R HASTINGS 
40380 N CHAIN-0-LAKE3 PARK 

40526 N CHAIN-O-LAKES PARK 
40534 N R NUZZO 

LAKE SIDE DR • 

43138 N S HERTOGS 
LAKESIDE PL 

38821 N C BRUDRUWEIT 

36850 N D 01ENICK B OIENICK 

38935 N K MATCZYNSKI 
LAKEVIEW AV 

22930 H N.I.C.C. INCORPORATED 
LAKEVIEW CT 

40443 N C BRUCATO 
LAKEVIEW TER 

41736 U G ALLEN 

41742 N G ALLEN 
LEE OP 



UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112200005 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112205025 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 



83580 



28505 






UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0221301012 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0221213003 

0221213002 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0220205042 

02202000160021 

022020001B0021 

02202000170021 

0220200042 
. 0124404039 
012440403B 

0124204031 

0124204032 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0101412024 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0135110006 

0135108022 

0135109014 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02211000010021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0221404001 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0217101029 

0217101028 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 



27315 



37872 



31511 



46267 



41945 



22283 W ROB ROY COHHERCIAL JOINT 02214000410021 









• 















LIBERTY ST 

40197 N M SUTTON 
LINCOLN AV 

40959 N D BOYLAN K BOYLAN 

41006 N BOYLAN 4 BOYLAN 

41080 N N.I. C.C. INCORPORATED 
LINDEN AV 

42570 N P YUCU5 

42643 N A GILLESPIE 
LINDEN RD 

26611 W E FALAND 

26700 W E ZAHNLE 
LONG DR 

29853 N G STRAUSS 

19794 N L STEIN 

3984 3 N T MUTERT 

19H45 N M RINKES 

J9B47 N D BIRUTAS 

39849 N L CARLSON 

39851 N C MATE J A 
39855 N L SHI ETON 

39857 N J PACE 

39858 N P FAY 
LOTUS AV 

41715 N STATE BANK OF THE LAKES 0114220012 







































41807 N W MEIER 
LOTUS RD 

26144 D DIDIER 
MAPLE ST 

26597 W M WILLER 
MARGARET ST 

40400 N RCC RECREATION 
MARY AV 

43404 N R GRIFFIN 

43416 U R GRIFFIN 
MASARYK RD 

40550 N D BELLACK 

40657 N D BELLACK 

40800 M D BELLACK 

40801 N R DORSCH 
40900 M D BELLACK 

MICHIGAN BLVD 

26646 W J SCHULTZ 
MILLER RD 

19525 H LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

19811 W K USMILLER 

19851 W LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

19943 W K USMILLER 

19999 W LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

20050 W LAKE COUNTY FOREST 

20101 W L MILLER 

20221 W L MILLER 

20248 W L DOOLITTLE 

20322 W L MILLER 

20330 W L MILLER 

20350 W L MILLER 

20463 W B KUJAWINSKI 

20705 W T DOOLITTLE 
NELSON RD 

43489 N BENEDICTINE MONKS INC 
NEVELIER DR 

40850 N A SODMAN 
NEW VENICE WAY 

43269 N G DICKSON 

43285 N P KAKACEK 

43289 N A KAKACEK 

43475 N G AUGUST G RACZ 

43485 H G AUGUST G RACZ 

43489 N AMY C BATES, TRUSTEE 

NORTH AV 

W W PARAH5KI 
20275 W W TRAPP 






UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0220407004 58265 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02211000020021 

02163000100021 
02163000150021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112101024 I 

0112102008 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0102306021 

0102303013 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0125227038 

0125226058 

0125227043 

0125227042 

0125227041 

0125227040 

0125227039 , 

0125227037 

0125227036 

0125226073 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

1114220012 

0114220031 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0126206029 55098 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0111301037 23427 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

01234000020021 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0101402022 

0101402021 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02191000080021 

02191000090021 

02191000060011 

02191000070011 

02191000010021 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0135110018 70272 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02244010010021 

02243000040011 

02243000020021 

02243000130011 

02243000010021 

02232000100021 

02234000030021 

02234000090011 

02232000030021 

02234000020011 

02234000080011 

02232000060021 

02234000060011 

02233000050011 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02044000010011 3399 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02191000170021 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH* 

02063000290011 

02063000340021 

02063030010021 

02063000220011 

02063000260011 

02063000250021 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02034000070021 

02024000030011 

0202300005 



362 

1114 



20581 W J TOLBERT 

20699 W FRANK G COLETTE, TRUSTEE 02023000040011 



• 



I •-■*.' 



"-' 



*. 



2OB05 W G FOX 

20913 W D CRANDALL 

20977 W G FOX 

21163 W LANDAU FAMILY 

21305 H L PETERSEN A PETERSEN 

21351 W LANDAU FAMILY 

21490 W R LINCO 

21650 H K HIGGINS 

21658 M t HIGGINS 

21658 U E HIGGINS 

21664 M J HIGGINS 

21736 U D HIGGINS 

22126 W E LUSAK 

22289 U K KANABLE 

22370 W POLAMER PARCEL SERVICE 

22376 W POLAMER PARCEL SERVICE 

22413 W R RETT1NGER 

22450 W X AETTINGER 

22492 N R RETTIMGER 

22514 N R RETTIMGER, 

22520 H BENEDICTINE MONKS INC 

22590 W BENEDICTINE MONKS INC 



02023000100011 
02023000020011 
02023000010011 
02034000090021 
0203400002 
02034000080021 
02033000210011 
02033000230011 
02033000250010 
02033000250011 
02033000240021 
02033000110011 
02044000060011 
02044000180011 
02044000230021 
02044000220021 
02044000260011 
02044000210021 
02044000140021 
02043000010021 
02043000140021 
02043000130021 



33 

30575 
6838 
3965 



73409 



5109 
2421 






5720 



TOTAL 
VALUE 



108999 



33205 



0134113048 




3357 


0134113047 




335? 


0134113046 




3357 


0134113044 




1 


0134113045 




3357 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


1 




0111115021 


29141 


37454 


0102400059 


57260 


86778 


0102400058 




645 


01024000600010 


49523 


57297 


01024000600011 




245 


01024000610021 




125 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


1 




0125408012 


60625 


66339 



34628 



31804 


35387 




3583 


49877 


72749 




1064 




1217 




1515 


4376 


9267 


42986 


50604 




1 


45201 


1 
52437 



52862 

36220 

6482 

61834 

462 

44211 

5272 
5914 

49 

61374 





696 




6 




287 

• 


07717 


137044 


32352 


40785 


47351 


52982 




2365 


37546 


47170 


64678 


87995 


34755 


44379 


37546 


47170 


35606 


45230 


24390 


24487 


3048.1 
37546 


4QJ11. 
47170 


34755 


44379 


58484 


81803 


57817 


104744 


37516 


63583 



65514 



25657 



456 





1752 




1752 




490 




2930 


4974 


8282 


734 


1922 




1674 



76794 





80 


3871 


14214 




5779 


654 


1338 




53 




915 




6414 


670 


4863 




17 


4851 


5739 




2638 




3240 


5934 


6960 


1091 


2798 



3608 
1803 

265 
1031 

154 

703 
1261 

246 

44 

1527 

38151 

11860 

13977 

818 

969 

11906 

3780 

6763 

3162 

895 

81183 

1475 
1272 
110 
6102 
2469 

- i 

17 

86 

5142 

3011 

41 
• 1 

1201 

3400 



ST. NO. D. NAME 



INDEX NUMBER IMP 



22600 W BENEDICTINE HONKS INC 

22601 H R RETTINGER 
22700 W D LASCO 
22821 M J BITNER 
24022 W H HEIBERGER 
24100 M J HERMAN 
25570 W D ZIENTY 
25581 H U LARSON 
25699 M M ANDRE 

OAK AV 

25918 N H GOFRON 
OAK LN 

2515B M LANDMARK INVESTMENT 
OLD GRASS LAKE RD 

25633 N D JONES 
ORCHARD AV 

26318 M K GUNTER 

26646 W L FUQUA 
ORCHARD ST 

42453 N A BORKOW3KI 
PALMER CT 

24962 N K LIPSKI 

25037 M M VOLLMER 
PARK AV 

26315 W T SCHNAEBELE 

40813 N D LARSEN 

42513 N D RUDIS 
PEDERSEN DR 

19477 M D PEDERSEN 

19580 W C ESDALE 

19595 M S GUNOERSON 

19620 H M RUXTON 

19643 H S GUNOERSON 

19660 M A PEDERSEN 

19677 W H MYERS 
PEDERSEN LN 

42285 N J PRATT 

42329 N J PRATT 

42365 N F SERRITELLA 

42415 N K LEE 

42425 N K LEE 

42446 N H OPPENHEIM 

42460 N E SCXWIEGER 

42475 N K HUCKER 

42507 N D WEIS 

42545 N G EXON 

42605 N M ROMANO 

42651 N R MONROE 

42701 N J LEWIS 

42762 N S WADLEY 
POINT DR 

41285 N S PRASAD J TATA 
POLLOCK LAKE 

40700 N LAKE COUNTY FOREST 
PRAIRIE AV 

40482 N J MITEK 
PRIVATE RD 



02043000120021 

02091000030021. 

02043000020011 

02091000020011 

02064000050011 

02064000060011 

0101304035 

0101305045 

0101305023 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0124306029 91432 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0101409022 25052 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0124308016 6518 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0111201020 22116 

0111102009 47363 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112304013 20048 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0219305003 

0124418005 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0111403028 

0124203007 

0110107002 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02132000110011 

02131000190011 

02131000300011 

02131000380011 

02131000350021 

02131000370011 

02131000340021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

01104000210011 

01113000370011 

01113000360021 

01113000340021 

01104000160021 

01104000180011 

01104000140011 

01113000330021 

01111000100021 

01111000090021 

01111000080021 

01111000050011 

01111000060021 

01102000010011 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0217301022 54833 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02232000080021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02194000510021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 



25432 W W KURTZ R KURTZ S ALLEN 0112400004 



107538 



41677 N L COHN 

416B7 N L COHN 
PROSPECT AV 

26174 M A EMSUN 
RAIN TREE RD 

43425 N J IDSTEIN 
RENA AV 

■ 

39376 N R VASQUEZ 

39510 N FSS BUILDINGS 

40056 N S SMITH 

RICHMOND AV „ _ 
25333 W G CARPENTER 

RIDGE CIR 

40968 N J BRAN HAM 
RIVERVIEW DR 

26179 U L FASSNACHT 
S PEDERSEN DR 

41602 N V CHAPPEL 
SAVAGE RD 

40040 N R PIASECKI 

40094 N R MARTIN 

40160 N K SCHUBERT 

41025 N T OLSEN 

41041 N A BURKKART 

41139 N M WELLS 

41141 N M WELLS 

41190 N G UMEK 

41292 N L BEAKE 



41313 N AMCORE TRUST COMPANY 

41350 N J WELLS 
SHAG BARK LN 

22446 W BEACH VIEW PARK 
SHORE AV 

39200 N M RAUSCHER 
SILVER LAKE 

41910 N B COHN 
SILVER LAKE AV 

22678 W RUDOLPH G VARDON, 
SPRING GROVE RD 

26091 W T PEARSON 

26115 W W ALLES 

26252 W D DOWNES 

26313 W S VIK 
SPRINGWELL AV 

26320 W J LOIACANO 

SPRUCE DR 

22213 W M BYCZEK 
STATE LINE RD 

19047 W M NASR 

19151 W M NASR 

19273 W G BOOKWALTER 

19339 W D BOOKWALTER 

19351 W D BOOKWALTER 

19375 W D BOOKWALTER 

19505 N D BEHLKE 

19601 W COMMUTER RAIL DIVISION 

19901 W COMMUTER RAIL DIVISION 
SUNSET DR 

40687 N D HLAV1N 
SUNSET LN 

43160 N A TRATINI 
SURAYA DR 

41372 N R PERRONE 
SYCAMORE RD 

26637 W S ALBERTS 
TEE SIDE CT 

39752 N M RANDALL 

39754 N M SMITH 

39756 N P JOY 

39758 N L KLEFrNER 

39760 N 5 CHAMPION 

39762 N J SMITH 

39764 N T HEPNER 

39766 N H TATE 
TOWNLINE RD 
1 23900 M M PETTY 

24330 W M SCHNIND 
TREVOR RD 

43110 N J KAKACEK 

43200 N J MCM1LLEH 

43290 N A KAKACEK 

43331 N R YOST 

43400 N J KAKACEK 

43487 N V OITURO 
VILLA RICA RD 

22514 M I KULP 
VIRILL DR 



02161000080021 

02161000090021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0111204023 284 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0101300007 34173 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0125307030 21884 

01251000030011 2657 

01243080260021 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH _. 

012S4090J8 66928 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0221204008 * 33387 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0114207001 57509 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH . 

0213101013 12283 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

02233000070011 

02233000060011 

02233000040011 

02143000120011 

02143000100011 

02143000170011 

02143000180021 

02143000070011 

02143000040011 

02143000020011 

02143000030011 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0221400044 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0126408015 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0216100022 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0209305016 24610 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0111407004 

0111407008 

0114200003 

0114202029 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0126400046 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0221209028 23087 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 
• 02014000080021 

02014000030021 

02014000130011 

02014000120011 

02014000020021 

02014000110011 16259 

02013000110011 3955 

02013000020021 

02013000010021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0219301016 45294 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0102400021 22359 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0217301034 96583 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0102307011 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 



36790 
68948 
44921 

39672 



0125227028 34755 

0125227029 37252 

0125227030 34620 

0125227031 ' 30487 

0125227032 35606 

0125227033 30487 

0125227034 _ 37546 

0125227035 ~ 34755 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH ' 

02203000120021 

02194000430011 7719 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 
. 02043000310021 

02043000300021 

02063000280011 2955 

0206301005 21314 

02043000190011 

02064000070021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH . 

02213000020021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 



TOTAL 
VALUE 





2544 


1 


2780 


9083 


11908 


6877 


8584 


18925 


26358 


16475 


16552 


92586 


100967 


106673 


174543 


175092 


285740 



101661 

31287 

9532 

28369 
51326 

23968 





19451 


68369 


70323 


57548 


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INDEX NUMBER IMP 



22374 H L WILKINSON 
WHITE RD 

20906 M M GUY 

21051 W SCHIESSLE ATTORNEY FOR 

21549 M G VANDER MEER 

21699 W G VANDER MEER 
WILLOW AV 

43386 N M KRAGIE 

43400 N H KRAGIE 

43410 N M KRAGIE 

43422 N M KRAGIE 

43436 N M KRAGIE 
WILMOT RD 

26738 M J NOTTINGHAM 

26800 M P COLATRINO 

26836 W h MERMEL 

26845 M D GRINDLEY 

26892 W C HOUGHTON 

26901 W T FARM 

26960 N J ESLINGER 

26999 W E LEE 

27011 W N LEE 

27011 M N LEE 

27050 M P DELANY 

27080 W P DELANY 

27135 N N LEE 

27150 M N REINKE 

27190 M D MENTONE 

27221 M L VACALA 

27315 W S WADLEY 

27378 W W MEYER 

27383 M A BRABENDER 

27490 W J HUGHES 

27502 W J HUGHES 

27503 W J PETSCHELT 
27510 W M ZEIEN 
27532 w J HUGHES 
27601 M S WADLEY 
27729 W A HABICH 
27751 W S WADLEY 

27849 N J PETSCHELT 
27873 W J HUDSON 

27941 W R SACKSCHEWSKY 

28085 W R LANGOSCH 

28085 N R LANGOSCH 

28157 N S KOWALCZYK 

28199 W D ROWDEN 
WOODBINE AV 

42363 N E BELL 

42429 N J SCHANMIER 

42698 N S MARTENS 

42727 N J MCMAHON 
WOODLAND AV 

26678 N T CRAIG 

39317 N R WOLF 

39450 N J DERFLER 
WOODMERE TER 

19866 W M HCCLURKAN 
1ST AV 

42149 N M MILAZZO 

42176 N S VITEK 
2ND AV 

42211 N G BRANDSNESS 

42212 N T FELDBU3CH 
3RD ST 

41022 N J PENNINGTON 

BECK RD 

40091 N M SMITH 
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02223000040021 

02223000030021 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

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0101304032 

0101304031 

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UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0102300007 

01023000340011 

01023000330010 

01023000420011 

01023000410011 

01023000370011 

01023000400011 

01023000240021 

01034000130010 

01034000130011 

01034000090021 
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01034000120011 

01034000070011 

01034000060011 

01034000230021 

01034000220021 

01034000170011 

01033000270011 

01034000200011 

01034000190021 

01033000250021 

0103300020 1 

01033000260021 

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01033000060021 

01101000040021 

01101000020021 

01033000130011 

01033000050011 

01033000110011 

01044000060021 

01044000050011 

01044000040011 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0111404009 

0111404001 

0111205035 

0111202016 . 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0135305017 

0125406049 

0125405018 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0213102008 81589 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112416222 32426 

0112416226 50235 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112416225 36975 

0112416143 20513 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0217304055 49639 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

02243010010011 4617 



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40058 N D CHORN 02244030030011 

40174 N W ROBINSON J ROBINSON D 02244030020011 



2650 
1281 



KELLY RD 

19050 N ABBOTT LABORATORIES 

19134 N R HOLEM 
MILLER RD 

19050 W ABBOTT LABORATORIES 

19051 W ABBOTT LABORATORIES 
19330 W ABBOTT LABORATORIES 
19711 W T ARZT 

19711 W T ARZT 
TOWNLINE RD 

24050 N M PETTY 

24296 W M SCHWIND 
BEECHWOOD AV 

3B67B N R KATHE t 
BELDEN AV 

27829 W LESCHER LIMITED 

27865 W J BUSCH 
BURTON AV 

38127 N E THOMAS 

38131 N M THOMAS 
GRASS LAKE DR 

27717 W M CLARY M SEBAHAR 
GREENWOOD AV 

27936 W K BURNETT 
JACKSON DR 

39029 N R LAVINE 

39065 N C JERMAKOWICZ 

39065 N C JERMAKOWICZ 

39071 N G KOLAND 
KONEN AV 

38623 N R BATTAGLIA 
LAKE SHORE DR 

27567 W T PANEK 

27639 N M KMIECIK 

27923 W B JOHNSTOH. 
LEE AV 

38270 N M KOCHEL 
LINCOLN AV 

38611 N T KOZUB T WILSON 

38618 N D SHEPPARD M MEYER 
OAKLAND AV 

27741 W D GLEESPEN 

PRIMROSE PATH 
38307 N K KRAMER 

ROWE AV 

27720 W S SCHMIDT 
SHORE DR 

39387 N M NOODIN 
STEWART AV 

28173 W F DALGARD 
WATTS AV 

38166 N G BERMINGHAM 

4TH AV 
31290 N M KLOWAS 



11000 
599 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
02244020130021 
02244020120011 516 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
02244020030021 
02244020060021 
02244020010021 
02243000100010 
02243000100011 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
02194000230011 4014 
02194040010011 ' 27770 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0133201008 45309 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0134324027 
0134323021 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0133319011 
0133319010 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0127300024 30851 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0134100012 33723 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0127300033 

0127300031 17729 

0127300032 
0127300030 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0134113042 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0134329039 27606 

0134329021 66870 

0134328007 2316 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0133315013 23075 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0134114012 43775 

•0134113049 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0134119001 24799 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0134312016 32560 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0134309008 17790 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0127301011 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0133410020* 778 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0133322027 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 
0134315020 



31463 N C FRECHETTE D BERNSTEIN 0134304003 



22230 



5TH AV 

38377 N A MURPHY 
6TH AV 

38281 N J BLANDFORD 

31398 N R KAZIMIERCZAK H 

38412 M J BOJDO 
7TH AV 

31390 N A G8RSY K LARTEY 
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31324 M J WILLIAMS 
31426 N P EUBOR 



9TH ST 
31371 



N R COWOUR 



UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0134303012 20633 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0134314008 

0134301014 
•0134301013 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0133407010 54583 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0133411005 50634 

0133406007 22410 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0133405015 17569 



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6415 




8231 




2534 




1690 




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1184 


37034 


42406 


6078 


6755 


85837 


93611 


3607 


3677 


1921 


2034 




799 


1945 


2082 




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60147 


67921 


19425 


19878 




302 




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5855 


6552 


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2960 


3339 




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One nation . . . 

Ellen Coddens recites the Pledge of Allegiance with her fourth-grade classmates 
at Lakeview School in Grayslake. Schools all over the country were asked by 
President George W. Bush to say The Pledge at 1 p.m. Oct. 12.— Photo by Sandy 
Bressner 



In the national clamor for more energy 
production, Zion may be the only Lake County 
community to embrace peaker plant technol- 
ogy. 

While Round Lake was backing away from 

an agreement with Indeck and Waukegan's 
Mayor Dan Drew voiced his opposition to 
plans of Kinder Morgan Co. for a lakefront 
power plant, Zion officials took final steps to 
welcome Calpine, owner of Zion Energy, LLC. 

Unlike other Lake County communities 
where peaker plants have been proposed, the 
welcome mat was out early in Zion. 

Council members cast a unanimous vote 
to approve a host agreement 

. Mayor Lane Harrison restated that the 
agreement includes payment to the city, but 



he has not confirmed reports that the energy 

company will pay $1 million in fees to operate 

inZion. 

Indeck promised $400,000 in host fees for 

Round Lake. 

Calpine expects to build a 300-megawatt 
peaker plant with two natural-gas fueled tur- 
bines on Ninth Street and Green Bay Road. 

Zion officials spent more than four hours 
Oct. 9 behind closed doors to iron out final 
details. Opponents sent out for pizza while 
waiting for officials to resume a regular meet- 
ing- 
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plan. Several years ago Island Lake residents 
knocked out plans for construction of supple- 
mental energy producer. 





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Round Lake QB died doing what he loved 



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bors to tell them their pizza has arrived — only 
there was no pizza. 

""During a summer trip to the Wisconsin 
Dells, a video tape was made of his mother 
snoring. 

Just the kind of guy Mike Lampi Jr. was. A 
prankster. A good all-around athlete. A terrific 
son. 

"He was always making me, laugh," said 
Debbie Lampi of Mike, who died suddenly 
Oct. 13. 

"That's the thing I'll always remember him 
for. He was always playing practical jokes on 
anyone and everyone." 

. True, Lampi was a prankster but there 
wasn't an ounce of malicia in his blood. 

"He was always trying to pick you up," she 
said. "He wanted people to be up all the time." 

Lampi s sister Erin, a student at Northern 
Illinois, said, "He was always making goofy 



faces. He always had a hat on, too. I think he 
got that from our Uncle Dennis." 

Panther teammates had nothing but . 

great things to say about their former team- 
mate. 

"He was a big part of our team," said 
senior wideout Kyle Quedens. "There's noth- 
ing bad to say about him. He was always all 
smiles." 

Round Lake's center, Mike Pfleeger, a 
senior, held back a tear or two in saying, "One 
of our guys is missing but we know he's look- 
ing down on us now." 

The fact is, Lampi was easy-going and fun. 
But he also had the heart of a lion when it 
came to playing sports. 

"He just loved to play them (sports)," said 
his mother. "And I loved to watch him. I went 
to all of his games, home or away." 

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In a typical year in the middle of October, 
Lake County would be covered with com- 
bines, grain trucks and other harvesting 
equipment. This year heavy rains have left 
crops awaiting harvest and farmers question- 
ing what their yield will be. 

"Whole crops won't be wiped out," 

assured Greg Koeppen of the Lake County 

Farm Bureau. "Though, farmers with low areas 

have called with some concerns." 

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still covered with crops because the rain pat- 
terns of the last couple of weeks have made it 
impossible for farmers to bring mem in. 

"This is, by far, the wettest fall we've had 
around here," said Koeppen. "Hopefully it will 
stop raining so the guys can get out and har- 
vest." 

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es of rain with the last storm front, while 
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out there with their combines." 





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p.m., Carmel High School will host an open 
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ilies. Guests will have the opportunity to tour 
the academic, cocurricular and athletic facul- 
ties, as well as meet with faculty, students, 
coaches, and club moderators. 

The afternoon is designed to be infor- 
mative and fun. Science teachers will 
demonstrate fascinating experiments. The 
state of the art computer labs will he avail- 



able for "hands-on" discovery, and those 
interested in fine arts may hear the melodic 
sounds of Carmel's instrumental and choral 
groups, as well as watch a Drama Club 
rehearsal. 

Carmel is located on Route 176 in 
Mundelein, west of Interstate 94, east of Route 
45 (Lake Street). For information, call Maureen 
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Lake County Circuit Judge Ray McKoski, right, talks with supporter Thad Restarski 
during a fund-raiser for his next election at the Lehmann Mansion in Lake Villa. 
Photo by Sandy Bressner 

200 turn out for McKoski 

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By BRENDA BAUN-BETTSCHER 

Staff Reporter 



A festive atmosphere pervaded Raymond 
McKoski's fundraising party at the Lehmann 
Mansion in Lake Villa on Oct 12. 

Over 200 people attended the event for 
supporters of McKoski's run for the Appellate 
bench, including political notables from the 
area such as State Rep. Tim Osmond (R- 
Antioch) and Lake Villa Township Supervisor 
Dan Venturi. 

Several mayors were on hand, such as Ila 
Bauer (Round Lake Park), Rich Hill (Round 
Lake Beach), Frank Loffredo (Lake Villa) and 

Paul Baumunk (Lindenhurst). 

McKoski greeted his guests with a 
speech expressing his personal feelings for the 
friends who turned out to show support for his 

campaign. 

"I've been working hard in 13 counties, 

and I'm getting a lot of support," he remarked. 

He said he'd received an endorsement from 



the 300 members of the Aurora Professional 
Police Officers' Association. 

"But the friendships I have (with support- 
ers) are more important than anything else,* 
he declared. 

The Lindenhurst resident noted that the 
fundraising event, held in his home township, 
was particularly special because it is his 
"home territory." 

The judge, who has a reputation for edu- 
cating the public about the court's role, said 
he wants people to understand that the judi- 
cial candidates on the ballot are as important 

as the legislative ones. 

McKoski, running as a Republican, was 
first appointed to his 19th Circuit Court post 
in December 1991. He was elected in 
November 1992, and served as Chief Judge 
from 1996-98. 

Prior to his appointment, he was an asso- 
ciate judge from 1985-91. 

His present post is not up for a retention 
vote until November 2004. 



Township pays $5,200 

to replace four trees 



Rather than invite a lengthy argument, 
Grant Township trustees voted to reimburse 
the Fox Lake Fire Protection District for four 
dead trees at south Grant Fire Station, Molidor 
Road. . 

The payment of $5,200 included a letter 
releasing the township from further liability. 

"Pretty expensive trees," groused one 
trustee. 

Fire District officials blamed the township 
for loss of the trees in connection with con- 
struction work for the Field of Dreams recre- 
ation area and the new township administra- 



tion center. 

Trustee Richard Stueber said land on 
which the fire station is located is low. 
Excessive moisture could have contributed to 
the loss of the trees. 

The approximate three, acres on which the 
fire station is located originally was acquired 
from the township for $1. The district provides 
for fire protection in the Fox Lake/Ingleside 
area through a contract with the Fox Lake Fire 
Dept. 

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A unique collection of black and white 
photographs by local artist Ron Stein titled 
Landscapes of Lake County, is on display now 
through Nov. 29, at the Lake County 
Discovery Museum near Wauconda. 

Stein's work is inspired by the expressive 
black and white print works of Ansel Adams, 
Edward Weston, John Sexton, and Howard 
Bond. Primarily self-taught, Stein has been 
taking pictures since 1994, shooting black and 
white photography with a four-by-five view 
camera. Stein's primary interest lies in land- 
scape photography. He seeks out interesting 
images in areas like the Chicago Botanical 
Gardens, the Lake County Forest Preserves 
and the Appalachian Trail. 

Stein also meets regularly with other local 
photographers who share their black and 



white print work, provide professional 
reviews, and discuss current topics, new ideas 
and challenges. 

While at the Discovery Museum, visitors 
can also enjoy all new, interactive exhibits 
including the Lake County Mall of History, the 
Vortex Roller Coaster Theater, and Bringing 
the World Home featuring the world's largest 
collection of postcards. 

Gallery hours are 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m., 
Monday-Saturday, and 1-4:30 p.m. on 
Sunday. The Discovery Museum is located 
in Lakewood Forest Preserve on Route 
176, just west of Fairfield Road near 
Wauconda. For more' information on 
Landscapes of Lake County or local artist 
Ron Stein, call the Lake County Discovery 
Museum at (847) 968-3400. 



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donated cars. 

"Right now I have two women at the shel- 
ter in need of cars." When clients do not have 
their own transportation it can be a major 
obstacle in reestablishing their lives," stated 
coordinator Julie Rohberg. 

If you have a vehicle, in any condition to 
donate, call Charity Cars, Inc. at 1-877-891- 
3013. Home of the Sparrow has partnered 
with Charity Cars, Inc., a not-for-profit orga- 
nization, which provides vehicles to disad- 
vantaged families. Charity Cars will receive 
donated vehicles on behalf of Home of the 
Sparrow in any condition. Donors in return 
for the vehicle will receive a voucher for tax 
purposes. 

Homes of the Sparrow clients receive 
the refurbished vehicles which insure 
safety and reliability. Vehicles are regis- 



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however, Charity Cars retains a lien on 
each vehicle for a period of one year so the 
vehicle cannot be sold. Recipients must be 
employed within 30 days of receiving a 
vehicle and must remain employed 
throughout the lien. 

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gram the public is encouraged to donate vehi- 
cles, no matter the condition. If you have a 
vehicle to donate call 1-877-891-3013, Home 
of the Sparrow's personal Charity Cars affiliate 
telephone number. Once Charity Cars has 
taken your information over the phone, they 
will immediately contact their towing service. 
Within 24-48 hours, the towing service will 
contact you to schedule a convenient time to 
pick up your vehicle at no charge. To find out 
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OPINIONS 



October 19,2001 




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NEWSPAPERS 

William H. Schroeder 

Publisher 

Robert J. Schroeder 

General Manager 



30 South Whitney St., Grayslake, Illinois 60030 
Tel: (847) 223-8161, e-mail: cdit@lakelandmedia.com 



EDITORIALS 

Charity a victim 

of its success 

Directors of Mano-A-Mano, a not-for-profit service organiza- 
tion serving the Hispanic community of Lake County and 
other minorities, are fighting bravely to keep the fledgling 
agency afloat financially. Approximately $6,000 per month 
is needed to keep the doors open. 

Mano-A-Mano was organized a year ago through the impetus of 
Round Lake Park officials and a $100,000 Illinois First grant. The or- 
ganization was an instant success, providing guidance for locating 
housing, finding jobs, leading newcomers to medical resources, 
teaching English, providing parenting advice, teaching computer 
skills, immigration processing, arranging GED preparation and oper- 
ating an after-school club for youngsters. 

Round Lake Park/Hainesville Police Chief Bruce Johnson , an ar- 
dent supporter, said Mano-A-Mano has run into financial problems 
because it has been successful in doing what it was organized to do — 
helping people. Money problems haven't resulted because of mis- 
managment. Just the opposite, Johnson explained. "Mano-A-Mano 

is managed very frugally." 

Officials of Round Lake Beach threw a $6,000 lifeline. Johnson and 
Mano-A-Mano are knocking on doors seeking help. The agency has 
been designated a 501C3 charity so all donations are tax exempt. 
Without a doubt, there are many worthy charities in our locality, but 
Mano-A-Mano is extra worthy because of its initial successes and 
emergency needs. 







Playing politics 

with security 

trident partisan politicking, absent in our nation's capitol since 
Sept. 1 1, is rearing its ugly head in the debate over airport secu- 
rity. The Senate voted unanimously to give the federal govern- 
ment control over the training of personnel and maintenance 
of airport security. Now the bill has been bogged down in the House. 
Democrats are blaming Republican leadership for bottling up the 
bill. The measure calls for federal law enforcement officers to take 
over the screening of passengers and baggage at the nation's airports, 
a proposal supported by a majority of Americans, the airlines and air- 
port workers. 

What has got GOP leaders in a knot is the desire to keep screeners 
as private employees. All well and good. Privatization is a pillar of 
Republican principles. Unionization is a pillar of Democratic princi- 
ples. Can the faint murmur of a compromise be heard? 

The bill is the Aviation Security Act, S. 1447. To be sure, airport se- 
curity is only one part of making flying safe from terrorism. We'd like 
to see action to make cockpits secure and putting air marshals aboard 
all flights. 

Providing for a failsafe screening program, in our opinion, is a log- 
ical start and a step that must be taken. Let the politicians engage in 
their gamesmanship, but don't mess with airport security. 



Fight to save 
small lake 






Destruction of a small body of water, Redhead Lake, has been 
placed squarely in the lap of a big box retailer in an un- 
precedented action taken by a Lake County official. Coun- 
ty Board Rep. Bonnie Thomson Carter (R-Ingleside) has 
taken the lake case to the Illinois Protection Agency (EPA) and the Illi- 
nois Attorney General. 

Surrounded by homes, Redhead Lake is a small, shallow body of 
water connected to the Chain O' Lakes. Carter maintains that a new 
Home Depot store is responsible for producing silt that has turned the 

lake into a marsh. 

Carter is asking the state agencies to force owners of the store to 
improve water quality, construct stream bank and shore stabalization 
devices, remove non-native species, replace native vegetation, provide 
for storm water runoff and remove exotic species like Eurasian Milfoil 
to improve water clarity and acquatic habitat. 

That's a pretty big order. Carter has the support of residents who 
want to make pollution and destruction caused by Home Depot a test 
case. Typically, the EPA and the attorney general get involved with 
"large cases." Legal action taken by the attorney general to protect 
Lake Michigan from pollution comes to mind. A small lake's prob- 
lems could turnout to be a big case. In today's world, there's no such 
thing as a small environmental problem. 







VIEWPOINT 



War hits home in prayerful way 



America's worldwide war on 
terrorism is hitting home. 

Over the weekend, police de- 
partments throughout Lake Coun- 
ty began getting calls from worried 
citizens about receiving question- 
able substances in the mail. The 
anthrax scare is real, hopefully no 
more here than a scare. . 

Church secretaries added to 
their duties updating files on 
young men and women in the mil- 
itary reserves who might be called < 
to active duty. Already close at 
hand are the names and addresses 
of families with loved ones in uni- 
form. They are on prayer lists. 

Lake County Sheriff Gary Del 
Re spent Tuesday presiding over a 
workshop on terrorism attended 
by local law enforcement officials. 
O'Hare-based airline employees 
residingjn our community have 
gone on reduced schedules, or 
worse, have been furloughed. Lo- 
cal travel agencies are processing 
more trip cancellations than reser- 
vations. As always in war, some 
pay a greater price than others. 

On the home front, the biggest 
change since Sept. 1 1 is how God 
and patriotism have become parts 
of daily life. Americans are praying 
and waving the flag. 

Food for 

Dr. Julie McLaughlin of Anti- 
och, a chiropractor with offices in 
Lake Forest, and her patients are 
getting ready for their 14th annual 
food drive for the needy. Every 
year Dr. McLaughlin sets aside one 
day (this year Nov. 7) when pa- 
tients receive her services at no 
charge if they bring a bag of gro- 
ceries for the drive. All new pa- 
tients that week can participate in 
the drive and receive a free con- 
sultation. This year's recipient 
will be the Grant Township Food 
Pantry in Ingleside. Dr. McLaugh- 
lin knows west Lake County since 
she used to reside in Fox Lake. A 
different agency is benefitted every 
year with 80 to 100 bags of food. 

Fred** future 

Close friends and backers of 
Fred Foreman see his installation 
as president of the Lake County 
Republican Federation as closing 
the chapter on his future in elective 
politics. As Federation president, 
he will focus on strengthening the 
GOP and raising campaign funds. 
As states attorney, Foreman never 
lost an election. The Gurnee resi- 
dent went on to serve as U.S. Attor- 
ney for the Chicago District, a high 







BILL SCHROEDER 

Publisher 



profile prosecutors job and a step- 
ping stone. During and after the 
Chicago position, Foreman regularly 
was linked with openings for high of- 
fice. The right openings never devel- 
oped and the Warren High graduate 
concentrated on his private practice 
with a prestige law firm. But you 
never know. Lt Gov. Corinne Wood, 
a past Federation president, now is in 
a three-way race for the GOP nomi- 
nation for governor. 




Town disappearing 

A pioneer Lake County commu- 
nity slowly is disappearing. State 
Sen. William E Peterson (R-Long 
Grove) has changed his office ad- 
dress from Prairie View, 60069 to 
Buffalo Grove, 60089-2727. Peter- 
sons street address will remain the 
same. Until Buffalo Grove began 
annexing aggressively more than 20 
years ago, Prairie View remained a 
crossroads village with a store, a tav- 



ern, a post office, a cluster of houses 
and die office of Vernon Township. 
Not much of Prairie View remains 
now except memories. 

Talking funding 

Here's a complicated subject in 
which every taxpayer has a stake. 
Everything you've ever wanted to 
know about public school funding 
will be taken up Saturday, Oct 27, at 
a day-long forum at Lake Zurich 
High School. Prominent educators 
and legislators will cover "Focus on 
School Funding" beginning at 930 
a.m. There will be a $10 charge for a 
box lunch with registrations accept- 
ed at 540-4963. Moderators will be 
retired superintendents Dr. Darryi t 
Dick of Wauconda and Dr. Don Gos- 
settofLibertyville. The "meat" of 
the meeting will be provided by Re- 
gional Schools SupL Ed Gonwa and 
Gary Ey, deputy superintendent of 

Board 

Education. 



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One man's family 

Thanks for noticing. The com- 
plimentary calls were appreciated 
from readers who noticed the 
writer's new photograph adorning 
this column. Actually, Maxine 
Schmid, my mother-in-law, de- 
serves the credit "You look too 
stern. You should be smiling," she 
admonished in handing over the 
photo above. OK, mom. I should 
have known that mothers-in-law 
keep close watch of the guy who 
married their daughter. 



Tell my why 






It is always gratifying to run 
into people who say they read 
and enjoy the column. It is re- 
ally surprising, and nice, when 
it comes from a complete stranger. 
Like Lorraine Hall, who lives in 
Lake Villa, who said, "I know you," 
and when I said that I didn't recog- 
nize her, she said, "You write that 
column that I read." And, lately, 
some have said that I should con- 
tinue spacing the "Tell Me Why" 
item into the column. 




SEEING 

IT 

THROUGH 

John S. Matijevich 




Tell me why 

People who try to make others 
look stupid— show their own stu- 
pidity. 

just when you are ready for a 
nice, quiet lunch— the person 
across from you pulls out a cellular 
phone, and another one's beeper 



goes off. 

The most damaging storms— 
usually come with no warning. 

Television commercials used to 
use character actors to play the 
roles— now they use anyone who is 
a character. 

When you find something that 
is free for the asking— it's never a 
bargain. 



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PARTY LINES, THE LAKELAND NEWSPAPERS 



REPORTS 



Promising trio picked for Democratic ballot 



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ith three prominent 
candidates slated for 
the 2002 election, State 
Sen. Tterry Link (D- 

Vernon Hills), county Democratic 
chief, is going beyond the usual "fill- 
in-the-blanks" ritual. 

With good reason, Link can look 
with promise upon the candidacies 
of Kathy Ryg for state representa- 
tive in the 59th District now repre- 
sented by Susan Garrett (D-Lake 
Forest); Patrick Patt for County 
Clerk and Dr. Patricia Pftcklea for 
Regional Superintendent of Schools. 

Ryg, former village clerk of Ver- 
non Hills and currently chief deputy 
in the Recorder of Deeds office, unquestion- 
ably will be rated a strong candidate in the 
new, mostly Democratic district no matter 
who the Republicans nominate. Democrats 
who are drawing the redistrict map this time 
around are fashioning a district covering Ver- 
non Hills and part of Libertyville that will fa- 
vor one of their own. 

Although all of his experience in public 
life has been in education, Patt has the repu- 
tation for speaking out on controversial is- 
sues. His job will be retiring incumbent Re- 
publican clerk Wlllard Helander, who had 
thomy relations with both Democrats and the 
GOP alike. Patt is the retired superintendent 
of Oak Grove Elementary School in Liber- 
tyville's Township, He resides in Green Oaks. 

Gender won't be an issue in the race 
where Pickles will face 
currently No. 2 in the regional schools office. 
In an interesting coincidence, both Pickles 
and Woods have strong ties in North Chicago 
where die Democratic candidate serves as 
unit district superintendent and Woods was a 
long-time administrator before taking a 
county post. 

The Democrats reverted to form in slat- 






at a luncheon reception, Wednes- 
day, Nov.- 7, from 1 1 a.m.-2 p.m. at 
the Grant Township Hall in Ingle- 
side. After theBoardof Review ser- 
vice, Vitek served as a deputy Grant 
Township assessor for 10 years. Pre- 
viously he was assessor of Lake Villa 
Township. He officially retired Oct. 
16. 



Trying again in 
favorable new 
territory. 



Pan 



Pickles 



Aim to trade classroom for new 
position serving in the political 
arena. 




ing two unknowns for Congress, Mfllna 
Bean in the 8th District of west Lake County, 
northwest Cook County and part of McHenry 

County, and Henry H. Parrttt |r. f 56, of 

Glencoe, in the North Shore 10th. Parritt is a 
college professor with a hybrid background. 
He was a Republican at one time and served 
in a governmental post during the first Bush 
administration. 

Garrett for Senate 

In a made-to-order district, Susan Gar- 
rett, who announced her candidacy last 
Monday at a Bannockburn shopping center 
for a newly created Senate district, will be an 
early book favorite. The 29th Senate District 
includes all or part of Deerfield, Glencoe, 
Northbrook, Bannockburn, Highland Park, 
Highwood, Lake Bluff, Lake Forest, River- 
woods, Des Plaines, Glenview, Mount 
Prospect, Niles, Park Ridge and Prospect 
Heights. 

Party for Senile 

Bernle Vitek, 82, former member of the 
Lake County Board of Review, will be honored 



Topinka to speak 

The Women's Republican Club 
of the 10th Congressional District 
will feature Illinois State Treasurer 
lady Barr Topinka at a luncheon 
on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the Sunset 
Ridge Country Club, 2100 Sunset 
Ridge Road., Northfleld. Social hour begins 
at 11:30 a.m., luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Topin- 
ka will discuss the effects of new redisrict- 
ing maps, college tuition plans, loans for 
families of military personnel and financial 
decisions for women. Cost is $25 per person 
payable to WRC of the 10th Congressional 
District of Illinois. Reservations are needed 
by Oct. 24. For more information call Soxy 
Ranch at 446-6518 or Margaret Pattella 
at 446-0845. 



Fete three judges 

Zion and Benton Republican commit- 
tees are having a fund-raiser Saturday, Oct 20 
from 4-7 p.m. at the North Point Marina 
restaurant, The Tropics. Three Lake County 
judicial candidates, 

Christopher Starck and 

will be honored. Congressman Marit Kirk 
will be the guest keynote speaker. He will be 
sharing his experiences of being in the Penta- 
gon a few minutes before the attack on Amer- 
ica was made. Call Gnjr Garrison at 872-5402 
or Ron Colanfelo at 746-7139 for informa- 
tion. 




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That old catchphrase, "the loneliness 
of the long distance runner," no 
longer is applicable, at least not on 
race days. 

Thirty-two thousand foot-racers showed 
up for the annual Chicago Marathon on Oct, 
7, ready to run shoulder-to-shoulder and 
Nikes to Reeboks. 

And, amazingly, more than 28,000 com- 
pleted the 26.2-mile celebration of 
masochism. The men's winner was Ben Ki- 
mondiu of Kenya, in 2 hours and 8 minutes. 
He took home $95,000 which will buy a lot of 
barbecued goat meat, that African land's na- 
tional dish. 

Catherine Ndereba, also from Kenya, set a 
world record for women, 2 hours and 18 min- 
utes. 

The very top places, as usual, went to pro- 
fessional marathoners from lands where self- 
punishment in sports is still in vogue, such as 
Kenya, which doesn't have Little League base- 
ball, just running. 

With runners from all over the planet 

flocking to Chicago each October, it has be- 
come the third biggest marathon in the 
world, after New York and Berlin. 

The Lake County entrants this year, some 

250 men and 170 women, were mostly ama- 
teur runners in their 20s and 30s. Leading the 




THE PFARR 
CORNER 



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local pack was David Engelke of Highland 
Park, 234th among the men in 2 hours and 46 
minutes, and Jenifer Wines of Lake Forest, 
first among the women with a time of 3 hours 
and 28 minutes. 

Those who ran the course in 3 hours and 
30 minutes, or faster, ranked among the top 8 
percent of the field. They included five run- 
ners from Gurnee: AndrejTosic, Rodger Sykes, 
Todd Gothberg, Michael Terry and Donald 
Dodd; Grayslake: John Kiser and Bill Zeck; 
and Lake Fores t: Tom Mo utvic and Scott 
Renken. 

Also, Loren Masuoka of Great Lakes, 
Guillermo Marin of Lindenhurst, Larry Hall of 
Lake Bluff, Kevin O'Neil of Lincolnshire, Dan 
Ewan of Lake Zurich, Raymond Ross of High- 
land Park, John Horan of Wauconda and 

Christopher Moore of Libertyille. 

Women from Lake County finishing in the 

elite 8 percent included Amy Haney of Liber- 



tyville, Aracely "Sally" Mouradian of Antioch, 
Julie Pfeffer of Highland Park, Kristin Hoch of 
Lake Bluff and Mary Beth O'Donneil of Deer- 
field. 

It all began in 490 B.C. with a Greek 
named Pheidippides. The Persians were in- 
vading Greece and their armies met on the 
plain of Marathon, abour 26 miles from 
Athens. The Greeks were outnumbered in the 
battle but scored a big upset. They kicked 
some Persian pants. 

Unable to find a phone booth back then, or 
e-mail, the Greek general sent his swiftest run- ' 
ner, Pheidippides, to carry news of the victory 
to Athens. He reached the city and gasped, "Re- 
joice, we conquer," then fell dead, a war casual- 
ty, an overworked two-legged telegram. 

When the ancient Olympic Games were 
revived in 1896, and held in Athens, a 26.2- 
mile footrace was included and called the 

marathon. / 

One current competitor told me, "Distance 
running keeps you in shape, feeling good 
about yourself. As for the pain, you know that 
the more work you put in the month before the 
race, the less you will sufier." 

. A woman marathoner says she runs 
"pretty much for fitness, but 1 also find a lot of 
peace in running. That's where I find I can 
talk to God." 




FROM PAGE B4 



SEEING 



Tax reforms that are supposed to dra- 
matically reduce our taxes— end lip general 

ing billions in new revenue. 

T\vq people who are mad at each other 
are called enemies— if they are both mad at 
someone else, they are friends. 

Wlien your boss blows his top, you lis- 
ten—when you blow your top— you're 

fired. 

Consultants are richly paid by govern- 
ment— to tell us what we already know. 
. You won't know what to do today— if 
you can't understand what you did yester- 
day. 



The people who think that love is all 
about sex— aren't good lovers. 

A smoke detector without a battery- 
is no different than a car without a bat- 
tery. - * 

When trouble keeps following wherever 

you are— it may be that you are the source 
of the trouble. 

If it is hard to find a meaning in what 
someone says— it may be because there's no 

meaning to it. 

You know that winter will come late— 
when you've already stored away your sum- 
mer and fall clothes. 



When you start something off on the 
wrong foot — you are always better off to 
start it all over from the beginning. 

People who are always late for every- 
thing—are the first in line for their pay- 
check. 

Just when you think that you are back in 
good health— you receive your doctor bills. 

When you stop by your friend's home for 
more than a day's stay— you're not friends 

anymore. 

When you carry a grudge over what hap- 
pened yesterday— you'll have many unhap- 
py tomorrows. 



Lakeland Newspapers / 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

Have a baby 

In past wars Americans have risen to the 
occasion. 
In the Revolutionary War, Paul Revere 
used his healthy set of lungs. At the 
Alamo, Davey Crockett used the last of his 
ammunition in a valiant stand. In World War 
II, Rosie riveted. 

But the war against terrorism is a differ- 
ent type of war, a war we've been told could 
last 10 years and take the lives of thousands 
of Americans. 

So, how can we, as citizens, do our part in 
this new war? Rudy Guliiani would have us 
"shop 'til we drop." Wall Street wants us to 
open our wallets to buy stock. The Red Cross 
wants our blood. 

Bring a new American into this world. A 
civilization cannot long endure without a sig- 
nificant portion of its population propagat- 
ing. So what can you and your spouse do for 

your country? Be patriotic Have a baby. 

Michael Witort 
Westchester 

Where to build 

Funny, what Californians used to say be- 
fore the summer of 2001 about the power 
outages. Yeah, but it can't happen here. Can 
it? The answer is yes, it can and eventually it 
will happen here. We are all guilty of using 
electricity with a thirst that is never 
quenched. We give little thought to how, or 
where, that electricity is produced, and most 
of us do not care as long as the light comes 
on when we flip the switch. 

Hold on a minute, just because I am part- 
ly responsible for the increased demand for 
electricity does not mean that a power plant 
should be built in the middle of our bedroom 
community. The plant will affect the value of 
our homes and will further pollute my local 
environment. 

No, a power plant like that should be 
built out in the country, far away from my 
home so it does not affect my way of life. 1 
don't care if it affects the people who live out 
in the country. The homes out there are so far 
apart anyway, why would they care? 

Steven Skinner 
Round Lake 

Send dollars, not goods 



We are expending a lot of humanitarian 
"effort tcf deliver food arid medicine to the 
Afghanistan refugees. Does this make us 
popular with the Pakistani merchants who 
sell those products? May some of the people 
suspect the purity of the goods we send 
them? Is it possible someone along the way 
may tamper with those goods? 

There seems to me to be a better solu- 
tion. We call it welfare in this country. Send 
them dollars — real American dollars, curren- 
cy, greenbacks. The merchants will be falling 
all over themselves to get the dollars. They 
will he happy. 

The people there will be able to buy what 

they need, and they will make the decision as 

to what they need. The food and medicine 

will flow, to the dollars. We will save the cost 

of transport, the fear that it will fall into the 

wrong hands or that it will be tampered with 

or rot. The refugees will have the dignity of 

buying what they want. You can bet that they 

and all those up the money chain will know 

from whence those greenbacks came. 

Henry deGroh 
Grayslake 

Ego satisfaction, not bright 

Removal of Raine Ray from the Fremont 
Township Plan Commission to satisfy an ego 
and vendetta probably was not the brightest 
political move that PeteTekampe has made, 
but no one has ever suggested mat he is a 
Rhodes Scholar or Mensa candidate. 

One can only wonder ifTekampe feels 
threatened. The truth of the matter is, the su- 
pervisor has every right to appoint whomev- 
er he wishes to the* Plan Commission with 
the consent of the board. ' 

His colleagues on the board, along with 
Mr. Sullivan, who chose to join the discus- 
sion, should have advised him that the Plan 
Commission is really just an advisory board 
and why create an adversarial climate? Ex- 
tend the olive branch recognizing the good 
that has been done for the township and get 
on with business. ,. 

The Plan Commission should represent 
the diverse interests of Fremont Township, 
and not be a rubber stamp for the personal 
agenda of Tekampe.The true issue should be 
who will do the best job for the residents of 
Fremont Township. 

One would only wonder, given Tekampe's 

personal agenda, what next— disband ment 

of the Open-Space Committee? It is no secret 

thatTekampe is no friend of open space. 

JohnReindl 
Former Fremont Township Trustee 



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Screening 

In support of National Breast Cancer 
Awareness Month, the hospitals of Vista 
Health will offer screening mammograms at 
a reduced cost during the month of 
October. The special cost is just $65 plus the 
radiologist interpretation fee. The national 
Cancer Institute advises that women in their 
40's and older have an annual mammo- 
gram. Women at high risk for breast cancer 
because of their personal or family history 
may need to begin screening earlier. 
Screening mammograms are designed for 
women who have had no history of breast 
abnormality. Women who have experienced 
breast problems in the past require diagnos- 
tic mammograms at a higher cost. Women 
do not need a doctor's order to schedule a 
mammogram. Screening mammograms are 
available at three Vista Health locations. 
Appointment can be made for any location 
by calling the number listed. Provena Saint 
Thercse Medical Center, Waukegan, 360- 
2020; Victory Memorial Hospital, Waukegan, 
360-4184; Vista Surgery and Treatment 
• Center, Lindcnhurst. 356-4700. A limited 
number of appointments are available. 



LAKE FOREST HOSPITAL 
Bereavement and Grief 

These groups address coping with com- 
mon symptoms of grief. For more informa- 
tion and to register, call Rush Hospice 
Partners, 1-800-994-9400 ext. 528. 

Lymphedema Support Group 

Meets on a Saturday in October from 9 to 
10:30 a.m. i HEC. For specific dates and 
more information, call Ellen Olesfsky 
OTR/L, 535-6520. 

Congregate Meals Program 

Join others for low-cost, nutritional meals 
in the hospital cafeteria on a daily basis. A 
speaker or educational program of interest 
accompanies one meal each month. 
Reservations are not necessary. Call 535-6187 
for more information. Time 4:30 to 6 p.m. 

LAKE COUNTY HEALTH 
DEPARTMENT AND 
COMMUNITY HEALTH 
CENTER 

Offers Free Breast and Cervical 
Cancer Screening 

Free breast and cervical cancer screen- 
ings are offered to eligible Lake County 
women through the Illinois Breast and 
Cervical Cancer Program (IBCCP), located 
at the Like County Health Department/ 
Community Health Center. Through the 
program, women can receive, at no cost to 
them, a complete medical examination, a 
clinical breast exam and a pap test, as 
well as referral for a free mammogram at 
a local hospital. Ongoing yearly exams 
and medical follow-up are provided. 
Women 35 years of age or older, who are 
underinsured or uninsured and whose 
family income does not exceed 200% of 
federal poverty guidelines are eligible for 
this free program. Examinations are done 
at the clinics of the Lake County Health 
Department/ Community Health Center, 
also through private providers, and are 
by appointment. To find out if you are 
eligible, call the Health Department at 
360-2917. 

MIDWESTERN REGIONAL 
MEDICAL CENTER 

Relaxl With Reflexology by 
Relaxus 

Monday, October 22, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.. 
Reflexology is an age old holistic healing 
technique that works to balance all body 
systems by stimulating underactive areas 
and calming overactive areas. Utilizing a 
team approach, Bill and Kay Furlong, certi- 
fied reflexologists, work together applying 
specific pressure techniques using the 
thumb, fingers and hand on the reflexes of 
the feet and hands. Treat yourself to a 15 
minute introductory session for just $20. 
Space is limited. Please call 856-1220 to 
reserve an appointment time. 




B6/ Lakeland Newspapers 



October 19, 2001 




Forgotten homework assignments can be 
much more than a learning problem! 



HI Dr. Singer, 

We have our son enrolled In a learn- 
ing program that we like very much for 
some reasons. The only problem Is that 
although we have been enrolled for 
almost a year now, many of the original 
symptoms we came for have not gone 
away. These are things like our child 
not handing In homework, forgetting 
assignments, not studying for tests 
more than a few minutes. We are having 
to do his homework with him on a regu- 
lar basis. While we like some of the 
material the program uses, we won- 
dered If something might be being 
missed here since symptoms are still 
existing. How do we know? Y.T. 

Hi Y.T. 

I will give you my thoughts, but since I 
don't know what style of learning program 
you are in, I cannot be specific with you 
about what is exactly occurring there. Also, I 
cannot speak to what other companies do 
with learning skills. 1 can only speak to what I 
know and what I do. With that said, I will 
focus on 3 areas: Is the program targeted to 
what the child's needs really are? Does the 
program look at more than just learning? Is 
what you are seeing in your child truly a 
learning problem or a problem of bad habits? 

Regarding the targeting of a program to a 
symptom, you must distinguish what type of 
problem your child is having. Is it something 
that requires processing help, learning/acad- 
emic help or tutoring help. These are 3 very 
different approaches that can be seen as lay- 
ers. The foundation layer is processing. This 
is what I work with. That would be issues like 




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this foundation level working correctly, tar- 
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more than likely, have much less success. 
Learning/academic skills would be the next 
level up and that would be things like Math, 
Reading, Science, etc. These are usually dealt 
with in Learning Disability services or private 
services. Even further up the scale would be 
Tutoring. Tutoring could also help academic 
areas but can also help organizational skills too. 
Now, all 3 kinds of help are good, but if you start 
at the wrong place for your child, it can take 
longer and be less successful. For example, if 
your child has a processing problem with focus 
or memory, help with Math won't stick too well 
until his focus and memory have been corrected 
first. To find out the right place to start involves 
evaluating those weak skills to see exactly where 
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There are many programs out there to 
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this as a processing issue and another part I 
view as behavioral patterns or defense mech- 
anisms that get set up early on and become 
bad habits that continue unless targeted and 
stopped. Therefore, when I work with a child, 
we don't just look at processing or just look at 
learning skills. We look at and change all the 
layers of the child meaning, processing, 
behavior, and motivation. Human beings are 
multi-level beings, not one dimensional. My 
experience has told me that when you focus 
on one area at the expense of others, you will 
continue to see symptoms that grow stronger 
with time. 

Let's talk about motivation for a second. 
Anyone who knows kids knows mat they 
don't always want to do work laid out for 
them. They can be very creative at finding 
ways to get out of it. In the old days when a 
kid tried to get out of doing work by forget- 
ting assignments, adults made the kid do the 
assignment for no credit and do some sort of 
punishment so it didn't happen again and it 
didn't happen again. Nowadays, adults 
search for a label to place on the kid and then 
use that label to help the kid do less work and 
have less expectations. Nothing ticks me off 
more than when I see this because when 
someone does that, he or she is robbing that 
child of his or her full capability and full 
future potential. I have worked with literally 
100's of kids who started out forgetting 
assignments, not studying, not listening, etc. 
and when I got done with them and their 
parents, they were fully able to do those 
things on their own, so I know it can be done. 
I have no magic potion or spell that I cast. 
This is simple, down to earth, good sense that 
tells me that if you motivate kids the right 
way where the opposite choice doesn't look 
so good, they do the right thing every time. 
Kids don't do work for 2 reasons. First, they 
don't want to and/ or something is tough and 
they want to find someone else to do it for 
them or take it away from them. Adults that 
do that, hurt the child. Adults that help the 
child take it on, help the child. It's that sim- 
ple. 

When adults allow this getting out of work 

to continue for long periods of time, it 
becomes a bad habit and when it continues 
for long enough, it can become a way of life. 
It is always changeable, but it first takes a 
change in the philosophy of the adults in 
charge of the kid. Then it takes consistent 
training of the opposite to get these kids to 
do what they have to do. 

If you are still seeing symptoms after a 
year of working with this group, I would tell , 
you to either put it to them that you want to 
see some results or you need to look further. 
Your child clearly has some behavioral pat- 
terns working against him and you need to 
be in treatment that addresses those as well. 
Be careful though. I believe that treatment 
that just has the child talk to someone is not 
indicated in the case of behavioral habits as 
you have described. Parents need to be 
worked with to learn strategies to change the 
habits and motivate this child correctly so he 
can do what is required of him without con- 
stant supervision. If you do decide to stay with 
the program you are in, I can help you with 
the behavioral part in tandem with what you 
are doing there. It will, more than likely, make 
your experience there become more success- 
ful. Let me know if you want to do that 

You went to school already. You did your 
homework. You don't need to be doing it 
again. Learn how to motivate your child to do 
his own. 

Dr. Sherri Singer is a Licensed Clinical 
Psychologist and Childhood Behavior 
Specialist. She regularly works in person with 
many, readers of this column, helping them to 
significantly improve their kid's behavior and 
processing skills. New to Dr. Singer's practice • 
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Osteoporosis, a chronic disease that 
results in the deterioration of bone min- 
eral density, affects nearly 20 million 
Americans -- 2 million of which are men. 
Despite these staggering numbers, this 
disease is often preventable. 

Though osteoporosis has been 
thought of as a disease that affects mostly 
women, 5-6 million men are at risk of 
developing this disease each year and the 
risks increase with age. This year alone 
80,000 men will suffer from hip fractures 
and one-third of these men will die within a 
year, it has also been estimated that direct 
and indirect costs associated with osteo- 
porosis are $12-14 billion annually. 

The leading causes of osteoporosis in 
men are: 

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• Heavy use of alcohol 

• Steroid usage 
•Hypogonadism (loss of male hormone) 

Additional causes of osteoporosis (in • 
both men and women) include:. 
•Genetics/family history 
•Lack of weight-bearing exercises 

• Smoking 

•Inadequate calcium intake through- 
out life 

Your Prescription Medication Is Not 
Enough 

. With such alarming numbers, the 
National Institutes of Health and the 
National Osteoporosis Foundation have 
recommended that treatment of osteo- 
porosis with any drug therapy also 
requires sufficient calcium and vitamin D 
to achieve optimal benefits. Studies have 
shown that you can triple your medica- 
tion's bone-building benefits if you get 
the recommended 1,200 milligrams of 
calcium and 400 111 of vitamin D daily. 
But, according to a recent survey, only 30 
percent of women are taking calcium and 
vitamin D with their osteoporosis med- 
ication. 

According to national studies, we are 
not getting enough calcium in our daily 
diet. While foods such as milk, broccoli, 
kale, beans and cheese are primary 
sources of calcium, large quantities of 
these foods would need to be eaten in 
order to get the right amount of calcium. 
A single serving of dairy provides only 
about 300 mg of calcium and up to 100 
1U of vitamin D. 

Because the average woman only gets 
about half the recommended daily 
requirement of calcium through her diet, 
patients who are on therapy for osteo- 
porosis need a calcium and vitamin D. 
supplement. "It's generally acknowledged 



that we don't get enough calcium 
through our diet, so it's a good idea for 
most adults, particularly those patients 
on osteoporosis therapy or at.risk for 
osteoporosis, to take a calcium supple- 
ment such as Citracal + D," advises Dr. 
Miriam Nelson, associate professor of 
Nutrition and director of the Center for 
Physical Fitness at the School of 
Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts 
University, and author of "Strong 
Women, Strong Bones." 

Choosing a Supplement That's Right 
for You 

Research has determined that differ- 
ent types of calcium supplement formu- 
lations (carbonate, phosphate and cit- 
rate) are absorbed in different ways by 
the body. The most widely available over- 
the-counter calcium supplements are 
formulated primarily from calcium car- . 
bonate, which is relatively insoluble. 

Though calcium carbonate usually 
contains the highest concentration of cal- 
cium by weight, a study published in The 
Journal of Clinical Pharmacology shows 
that calcium carbonate is not readily 
• available to the body. A study conducted 
by Howard J. Heller, M.D., assistant pro- 
fessor, Center for Mineral Metabolism 
and Clinical Research at the University of 
Texas Southwestern Medical Center at 
Dallas, indicates that the tablet formula- 
tion of calcium citrate in the form of 
Citracal was more bioavailable than cal- 
cium carbonate in the form of Os-Cal, 
even when given with a meal. 

Dr. Nelson explains, "Calcium citrate 
does not require stomach acids for 
absorption as does calcium carbonate. 
This is an added benefit for older women 

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between meals. When combining the 
ease of absorption when taken with or 
without a meal and the vital Vitamin D 
component by which calcium turns into 
bone, calcium citrate supplements such 
as Citracal + D are a simple way to main- 
tain the bone mass you've built." 

Here are Some Tips to Prevent 
Osteoporosis: 

•Eat calcium-rich foods, such as 
dairy, broccoli, kale, and beans 

•Moderate your intake of alcohol 

•Don t use steroids 

• If you smoke, quit 

•Take a daily ten-minute walk as a 
form of weight-bearing exercise 

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simulate the biological, chemical, and physi- 
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project will come up with a set of recommen- 
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The College of Lake County men's golf 
learn concluded its season. However, Kurt 
Kubicek -will represent CLC at the National 
Junior College Tournament in Phocm'z, Ariz. 
Next spring, 

Kubicek qualified by finishing in the top- 
10 at the regional held at Prairie View Golf 
Course. Kubicek shot 79 in the first day of the 
two-day, 36-hole tournament. The conditions 
the second day however, were less favorable. 

"The weather was not very conducive to 
our style of play," said Coach Larry Leon. 

Kubicek however, stayed relatively close 
to his previous day score, carding an 84. 

"He shot a strong 79 on Friday and I think 
he would have been in the 70s again on 
Saturday but the winds picked up," said Leon. 

The cut-off score for nationals was 163. 

According to Leon, the strengths in 
Kubkek's game lie inside the 150-yard mark- 
er, and on the putting green. Kubicek 
averaged an 18-holescoreof82 on 
the season due to his con- 
sistency in those areas. 

"I just kind of got 

my swing together and 
hit a lot of greens and a 
lot of fairways," said 
Kubicek. 

Kubicek believes that 
this is one of the major 
accomplishments of his 
young life, however is bit- 
tersweet about being the only 
Lancer to qualify for the 
national tournament. 

"This is probably my biggest accomplish- 
ment in sports," said Kubicek. "I just really 
wanted my teammates to come with me." 

Tim lankowski just missed qualifying, 
shooting a 164 for the two rounds. 

"He's sort of been our leader all year," said 
Leon. "It's too bad that he missed bv one 

stroke." 

No. 2 golfer on the team, Eric Palmblad, 
also finished the season strong coming within 
three strokes of nationals. 

Nonetheless, Leon is happy to see a golfer 
attend the national tournament. 

"He qualified and we're happy about 
that," said Leon. "He should be able to do well 
at nationals because he keeps the ball in play. 
1 think he lias a good shot at being competi- 
tive, he understands the game really well." 

List week at an end of the season meeting, 
Kubicek was voted Most Improved Player. 
lankowski was voted Most Valuable Player. All 
awards were selected by the team and will be 
presented at the fall sports banquet on 
November 7, 

The Lancers wrapped up conference play 
finishing with 17 points in the conference. 
Points are given by finish at each of the five 
individual conference tournaments. Five 
points for first place, four points for second 
place, and so on. . 

Waubonsee swept through the confer- 
ence and the regional taking first-place at all 
five conference meets for a total of 25 points. 
They won the regional by one stroke over 
Illinois Valley. 

The team averaged solid scores for the 
year, lankowski led the way, averaging a 79. 
Palmblad was second (81), Kubicek finished 
third (82), Justin Uhl was fourth (86), Dan 
Hefieyalso finished with an 86. 

"This team from this year has a lot of 
togetherness," said Leon. "They exhibited the 
philosophy 'all for one, and one for all'." 

"My teammates are the coolest bunch of 
guys in sports," said Kubicek. 

The other influence upon Kubicek was 
(hat of his coach, Larry Leon, 

"He (Leon) he has a ton of confidence in 
me and in the team," said Kubicek. "He's a 
really great guy." 

In the time between now and nationals, 
held on May 20 through May 24, 2002, 
Kubicek will be getting his name out to as 
many colleges and universities as he can. 

I'm just going to be letting colleges know 
I'll be competing down there at nationals," 
said Kubicek. 

Where will Kubicek decide to go? 

"I'm not a picky guy," he said Kubicek. "I'd 
just like to play some place for free."— Joe Pruski 

Lancer soccer cookin 9 

The 2001 women's soccer campaign 
began with many uncertainties. 

Who would fill the void that was left when 
all but four players from last year's second-in- 
state team transferred out? The answer to that 
question was simple-the 13 freshmen that 
entered the program this season. 

The four sophomores and 13 freshmen 
have gelled together to form the second 
ranked team in the state and the 14th ranked 
team in the National Junior College Athletic 
Association national poll. 




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Solid defense and a spread scoring attack 
have been the keys to one of the best seasons 
in the CLC women's soccer history, 

"The defense in my mind is the engine 
that drives our team," said head coach Dave 
Beck. "We preach that everyone on the team 

play good defense." 

The numbers back up Beck's statement 
with the team recording eight shutouts, to go 
with goals allowed per game average of less 
than one. For the year CLC has outscored their 
opponents 52-14. 

On offense, 10 players have scored in this 

season. 

"We're dangerous from'a lot of different 
places on the field," said Beck. "A lot of differ- 
ent people can score." 

Included is Nicki Sowizdrzal and Joe lie 
Thompson. Sowizdrzal is the teams leading 
scorer with 15 goals, while Thompson has 

contributed nine. The two of them 
have also contributed a total 
of 13 assists combined. 
With a current record of 
14-3 and a 6-0 sweep 
through conference, CLC 

has proven to be one of 

the best teams ever at the 
Grayslake school. 

"We've accom- 
plished our three goals 
already this season, " said 
Beck. "I'd be lying to you if I 
said we didn't want to be state 
champions though." 

In tin's situation, Beck feels 
as if the younger team is benefit going into the 
postseason. 

M lt might be an advantage being young," 
said Beck. "Last year we had more sopho- 
mores and they had a lot of pressure on them, 
this year they can just go out and play." 

Beck is very optimistic about the chances 
of his young team this season. 

"I think it's as good a chance as any (this 
season)," said Beck. "We're healthier than we 
have been in the past, and were more focused. 

I'm very hopeful." 

According to Beck, if there were a clearly 
defined leader on the team it would not come 
from on the field, but instead the sidelines, 
from assistant coach Becky Kirby. 'Kirby 
played for the Lancers in the 1997-98 season. 

"If there is a defined leader online team 
Becky may be that person," said Beck. "She 
gels along with the girls real well and helps 
them out tremendously." 

CLC will begin their regional playoffs later 
this week. — Joe Pruski 
Cross country 

The CLC men's and women's cross coun- 
try teams toed the line with some tough com- 
petition at the Millikin University Invitational. 

On a rain-soaked, muddy 5-mile course, 
the Lancers top runner sparkled. Co-captain 
Arturo Hernandez, a freshman and graduate 
of Highland park High School, placed third in 
a field of 71 runners. His time of 26:30 was a 

new personal-best. 

Co-captain Hipolito Caballero, another 
freshman and former Giant, finished in 25th- 
place with a personal-best time of 27:45. 
Freshman Tomas Luna, also from Highland 
Park, clocked in with a PB of 28:22, good for 
39th place. 

Meanwhile, captain Stephanie Hess led 
the women's team, competing on a 3.1-mile 
course. Hess, a sophomore and graduate of 
Grant High, ran an aggressive race, finishing 
14th out of 76 with a time of 20:58. Karen 
Davidson, a freshman and former Bulldog as 
well, was 29th (22:06). 

Both teams will compete at the Lake 
Forest College Meet Oct. 20. The race will be 
held at Half Day Forest Preserve. 

Women's volleyball 

The Lady Lancers lost another match but 
were able to defeat Morton 30-11, 27-30, 30- 
18; 30-16. 

Jaime Knuth had nine kills, Michaline 
Sprovieri had eight kills and Julie Peters added 
23 assists in the loss that dropped CLC's 
record to 4-20 on the season and 0-4 in the 
Skyway conference. 

"Our offense ran well, given the chance, 
however, we didn't play defense," said head 
coach Georgette Miller, "We also lost several 
points to poor serving. 

Men's soccer 

CLC inched closer to the .500 mark with a 
3-2 win over Skyway-rival Moraine Valley. The 
win improved the Lancers' record to 6-8 and 
3-5 in the Skyway conference. 

Silvio Mejia had a goal and an assist, 
Miguel Guzman and Casey Cybal each had a 
goal and Matt Deimler and Scott Lang each 
tallied an assist.— Hob Backus contributed to 
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By ROB BACKUS 
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It hasn't exactly been a storied history for 
Carmel in its matchup with Joliet Catholic. 

The Corsairs are 1-21 all time against the 
Hilltoppers with that lone 
win coming way back in 
the 1972 season, 12-6. 

"We've been close 
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said Carmel head coach 
Andy Bitto. "We're done 
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Despite the lop-sided 
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teams, both coaches are quick to throw out 
past history. 

"We don't even talk about last year," said 
joliet Catholic head coach Dan Sharp, who 
was a junior on the Joliet Catholic team that 
lost to Carmel in 1972. "The past is the past." 

Bitto echoes those sentiments. 

"We just have to worry about this year," 
said Bitto. "History goes out the window." 

The matchup appears to be very close on 
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7 told the kids, "This is what 

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this, you're not alive."' 

Andy Bitto 
Carmel Head Coach 



Carmel likes to run, run and run with the 
option tandem of quarterback Matt Roe (87 
carries, 560 yards, 15 TDs) and tailback Eric 
Luna (135 carries, 1,2 12 yards, 17TDs). 

Joliet Catholic has a dynamic duo of its 
own with running backs Jar. Zwierzynski, who 

surpassed Mike Alston's 
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"Carmel has one of the top 
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arms of the quarterbacks. 

Carmel's Matt Roe is 39-74 for 639 yards 
and Ave TDs while the Hilltoppers sport out a 
strong pocket passer in Craig Tomasino (40- 
69, 800 yards, 10 TDs). 

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other's offense. 

Carmel's defense will be led by die line- 
backer play of josh Bruenning, Nathan 
Duprey and Sean Walker while linebacker 
Ryan Lincoln and defensive end Matt 
Matichak will lead Joliet Catholic's defense. 

"Defense is our number one concern," 
said Sharp. "We'll have our work cut out for us 
against Carmel's offense." 

Bitto will be relying on his defense to cre- 
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"It will be a matter of which defense cre- 
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No matter which team comes out on top, 
it figures to be the game of the year, at least for 
a Lake County team. 

"I told the kids, 'This is what you've 
worked for your whole life. If you're not excit- 
ed about this, you're not alive.'" said Bitto. 



Almost 10,000 fans are expected to attend 
the game at Joliet Memorial Stadium and Bitto 
would love for there to be at least 2,500 Carmel 
fans at the game. 

"This is the game to go to," said Bitto. 

The game will take place at Joliet 
Memorial Stadium in Joliet on Oct 19. Kickoff 
is slated for 7:30 p.m. 

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County grieves for Lampi 



The news of Mike Lampi Jr.'s death hit 
some members of Carmel High School varsity 
football team especially hard. 

Players Bobby and Jim Magna, Josh 
Bruenning and Andrew Goshgarian all played 
football with Lamp! at the Round Lake Area 
Park District, where varsity head coach and 
athletic director Andy Ditto last observed 
Lampi as a player. 

"The last time I saw him play was when he 
was in eighth-grade," said Bitto. "But even 
back then he had real strong leadership quali- 
ties on the field." 

Bitto also grew up with Lampi's father, 
Michael Sr„ in Wildwood, 

"It's a tragic event," said Bitto. "We all 
prayed for him after the game." 

Libertyville varsity head coach Randy 
Kuceyeski offered some conciliatory woids for 
Lampi's team and family. 

"Our heart goes out to the team, its staff 
and his (Lampi's) family," said Kuceyeski. "1 
hope that they can pull through it." 

Grant High School officials also sent their 
condolences to Lampi and the Panthers. 
Round Lake was playing Grant when Lampi 
was initially injured. 

"I feel so bad. All our prayers go to the 
family," said Bulldog coach Mark Barczak. 

Cook County Coroner's Office said the 
cause of death was determined to be a rup- 
tured spleen and compressed abdomen. The 
death is considered an accident, authorities 

said. 

"It is such a sad thing. We think playing 
football is important, but this puts it in per- 
spective. We were at an Athletes for Excellence 
meeting this morning when Vice Deluca, 



whose wife coaches at Round Lake, told us," 
said Vernon Hills quarterback Jason 
Ncwburgcr. 

"We addressed it with the team before the 
game. It is such a tragedy. We will honor what- 
ever they want to do for the game Friday," said 
Wauconda assistant Cory Kazimour. 

"I have a lot oi respect and have known 
the Round Lake coaching staff for a long time. 
What a tragedy," said Vernon Hills coach Tony 
Monken. 

Monken said he has seen instances of 
players never playing again because of a 
spleen injur)', but never a death. 

"If anyone deserves a break with the play- 
offs, they do," he added. 

Monken described the play as a freak play. 
"They are safer playing football then if they 
were out driving a car or fooling around," 

Monken said. 

News of the tragedy also hit Grayslake 
High School. 

"This is a big loss for the county, very sad 
and very tragic," said Ram Athletic Director 
Troy Harper. "Especially for an athlete to get 
hurt during competition. Our hearts go out to 
the school and family." 

Grayslake Athletic Trainer Glen Gerdes 
shared in the grief but also had high praise 
for the Grant athletic trainers, who were 
there to treat Lampi after he was hit. 

"It's very unfortunate and kind of a freak 
accident," he said. "But the trainer (Mark 
Robson) at Grant were right there to offer the 

best possible quick care they could."— /oim 
Phelps, Steve Peterson and Rob Backus con- 
tributed to this report. 



Tragedy hits home with Stillwell 



By JOHN PHELPS 
Sports Editor 



The death of Round Lake's Mike Lampi 
brought back not-so-pleasant memories for 
Pat Stillwell. 

"It's devastating— like living it all over 
again," said Stillwell near the conclusion of 
the Panthers practice Oct. 15. 

StillwelPs son Bob was a former standout 
player for Round Lake in the mid-1980s. The 
1987 graduate was killed in an automobile in 
1996 at the age of 26. He played four years, 
both on offense and defense, 

"I can totally relate to what Debbie (Mike 
Lampi's mom) is going through," said 
Stillwell. " My heart goes out to her and the 
entire family." 



Following her son's death, the Stillwell 
family established a small scholarship fund in 
the amount of $1,000 for an aspiring Round 
Lake football player who intended on carrying 
his talents to the collegiate level. 

Pat Stillwell said that they have given three 
scholarships since starting the fund five years 

ago. 

But this year, the intended recipient may 
change. ' 

"I have a feeling that Debbie (Lampi) 
could use some of it for medical expenses," 
said Stillwell. "If she doesn't want it,, we'll 
donate some equipment to the school in 
Mike's name." 

StillwelPs granddaughter Megan is cur- 
rently a freshman at Round Lake High 
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at age 7. 

When he was 8, Lampi embarked on a 
three-year stint with the Round Lake Spartans 
Youth Football Program. 

"He was one of those kids 
everyone wished they had," 
said one of Lampi's former 
coaches, Dave Scarbo. 

During his youth, he had 
also played youth baseball for 
Avon Township. 

His passion for playing 
sports carried over to Magee 
Middle School in Round Lake 
where he primarily played 
basketball. 

When he entered high 
school, Lampi became a 
three-sport athlete, playing 
the big-three: football, bas- 
ketball and baseball. 

He had attended summer 
football camps at Purdue 
University and always 
dreamed of playing for Notre 
Dame and then the Chicago Bears. 

But he wasn't just an athlete. He was ver- 
satile, on and off the playing field. 

"He always loved to draw, since he was 2," 
said Debbie Lampi. 

"We had a canvas at home, so when he 
got an idea, he could draw it. He loved to 
draw in pencil. I, asked him to draw some- 
thing for me. He drew a real nice scenic pic- 
ture of a lake with someone in a canoe," she 
continued. 

Debbie Lampi said her son planned on 
majoring in art once he got to college, either at 




Mike Lampi Jr 
of the Round 

at age eight. 



Purdue or Northern Illinois University. 

"He was very gifted at it but had to be in 

the mood," she said, looking at a framed pen- 
cil drawing hanging on the 
living room wall that her 
son had sketched. 

The drawing on the liv- 
ing room wall resembles 
that of a tree with leaves 
and various geometric 
shapes. 

Lampi previously had art- 
work on display at the 

North Suburban 

Conference art show. A 
sculpture of his was also on 
display at Adler Cultural 
Center in Libertyville, 
where he started attending 
classes at age 7. 
"He just had a knack for 
it," his mom said. "When 
he started, he did carica- 
tures. At Adler, he took 
every class. He just wanted 
to draw." 

Lampi then took art classes while at 
Magee, followed by some engineering courses 
in high school. 

He was also one of the four finalists for 
homecoming king this fall and was a con- 
firmed member of Community Protestant 
Church in Mundelein. 

Well-rounded, Versatile. A lot of heart. 
Sounds like Mike Lampi. 
A prankster. A tenacious competitor, A 
terrific son.— Steve Peterson contributed to this 
report. . 



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Lake Spartans 




Members of the Round 
Lake High School varsity 
football team somberly 
leave the field after prac- 
tice. Their teammate, 
quarterback Mike Lampi, 
died Oct. 13 of injuries 
sustained from a game 
Oct. 12.— Photo by 
Sandy Bressner 




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Mike Pfleeger 



By JOHN PHELPS 
Sports Editor 



How do you remember a fallen hero? 

It's not too hard for the well-liked Round 
Lake quarterback Mike Lampi, who passed 
away Oct. 13 after injuries sustained during a 
football game. 

"He gave our defense fits," said Antioch 
head coach Del Pechauer, whose Sequoits fell 
to the Panthers 21-7 Oct. 7. "It's a terrible 
tragedy. But I couldn't be happier for that 
football team. They deserve to be in the play- 
offs. They worked hard to get where they've 
gotten and Lampi was a big reason for that." 

In showing its support and sympathy, 
Pechauer and his Sequoits joined Grant 
Community High School in sending Round 
Lake footballs signed by their respective 
teams. 

"It's amazing the support shown by not 
only our community but other surrounding 
communities," said Round Lake Assistant 
Football Coach Howard Conkling. 

As far as the Panthers are concerned, 
Conkling said that the NSC Prairie Division 
school was planning on having a granite rock 
with the No. 10 on it placed somewhere in the 
infield of the track. 

Starting with their final regular-season 
game at Wauconda Oct. 19, Panther players 



will also don a patch with No. 10 on it on their 
uniforms in memory of their former comrade. 

The Panther volleyball team also made T- 
shirts in his honor. Hundreds of students and 
friends have also visited the Lampi house- 
hold, bringing momentos from bumper stick- 
ers to T-shirts to photo collages. 

"We've had up to as many as 25 kids over 
at one time. A lot of them we don't even 
know," said Mike's mother Debbie Lampi. 
"We knew he had friends but the support has 
been incredible." 

The Round Lake Spartans Youth Football 
Organization, whom Lampi played for as a 
youth, is having armbands with the No. 10 
made. 

Around the county, moments of silence 
were also conducted at area football games 
the afternoon preceeding Lampi's death. 

And there will undoubtedly be more of 
the same prior to the start of each and every 
game throughout the area this weekend, the 

final one of the regular-season. . 

The First State Bank in Round Lake Beach 

will also set up a memorial fund in Lampi's 
name. 

"Safe to say, every game from now on will 
be dedicated to him. We know he'll be watch- 
ing down on us," said Panther senior Mike 
Pfleeger, the teams center and defensive line- 
man. "He will always be in our hearts." 



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Friday Pee Wee Bumpers 
Boys 

High scratch game 

Dylan Kuper 95, Ross Pinslcr 89 
High handicap game 

Dylan Kuper 164, Ross Pinsier 156 
High scratch scries 

Ross Pinsier 171, Dylan Kuper 167 
High handicap series 

Ross Pinsier 305, Nick Averill 297 
High average 
Boys 

Danny Roscnstock 85.2, Kyle Schardt 82.0 

Friday Bantam 
Boys 

High scratch game 

Shaefer Shepard 1 18, Matthew Weinberg 95 
High handicap game 

Steven Kalbert 193, Josh Moss 172 
High scratch series 

Bradley Lei trier 180, Shaefer Shepard 175 
High handicap series 

Steven Kalberg 339, Kyle Cotteleer 335 
Girto 

High scratch game 

Kendall Zusman 60, Paige Mahrholz 39 
High handicap game 

• Kendall Zusman 144, Rachael Lester 144, Paige 
Mahrholz 141 
High scratch series 

Kendall Zusman 104, Paige Mahrholz 65 
High handicap series 

Kendall Zusman 272, Rachael Lester 27 1 
High average 
Boys 

Shaefer Shepard 95. 1 , Bradley Leitner 89.8 

Girls 

Kendall Zusman 54.8, Erin Bolanowski 46.0 
Team standings 

1. Team 8 

2. Team 3 • 

3. Team 2 

FrldayPrep 

Boys 

High scratch game 

Brian Earhart 178, Jeffrey Achler 171 
High handicap game 

Jeffrey Achler 207, Brian Earhart 198 
High scratch series 

Brian Earhart 415, Jeffrey Achler 397 
. High handicap scries 

Jeffrey Achler 505, Karl Mammaat 477 
Girl* 

High scratch game 

Eden Warnke 1 26, Sarah Krippinger 115 
High handicap game 

Sarah Krippinger 183, Jamie Grabell 179 
High scratch series 

Eden Warnke 360, Dani Banuch 274 
High handicap series 



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LEAGUE SCORES & HIGHLIGHTS 



Eden Warnke 468, Dani Baruch 466 
High average 
Boys 

Brian Earhart 133.0, Ryan Levitt 129.4 
Girls 

Eden Warnke 1 13.1, Emily RockofT 84.1 
Team standings 

l.Mixtas 

2. Team 6 

3. 4-Pinheads 

Friday Oalak 

Boyt 

High scratch game 

Carl Chase 265, Elliott SldeU 259 
High handicap game 

Carl Chase 283, Matthew Wilkinson 265 
High scratch series 

Carl Chase 708, Brian Rosa u e r 69 1 
Girit 

High scratch game 

Jennifer Lasky 171, Justine Anders, Jessica 
ThielCygan 122 
High handicap game 

Jennifer Lasky 227, Katie Milligan 225 
High scratch series 

Jennifer Lasky 388, Justine Anders 330 
High handicap series 

Katie Milligan 629, Jessica Rojas 598 
High average 
Boys 

Elliott Sidell 207.5, Carl Chase 203.7 
Girls 

Jennifer Lasky 134.8, Katie Ferrel 125.0 
Team standings 
. 1. Who's Your Daddy? 
! 2. Team 8 

3. We Win 

Saturday 9 ia Pee Wee Bumpers 
Bays 

High scratch game 

Matthew Weaver 81, Mitchell Norris/Hayden 
Norris69 

High handicap game 

Hayden Norris 152, Matthew Weaver 146 
High scratch series 

Matthew Weaver 152, Mitchell Norris 132 
High handicap series 

Hayden Norris 294, Matthew Weaver 282 
Oris 

High scratch game 

Amanda Dougherty 83, Allyson Boyle 78 
High handicap game 

Amanda Dougherty 155, Allyson Boyle 148 
High scratch series 



Amanda Dougherty 160, Allyson Boyle 139 
High handicap series 

Amanda Dougherty 304, Allyson Boyle 279 
High average 
Boys 

Matthew Weaver 76.6, Mitchell Norris 71.8 
Girls 

Amanda Dougherty 74.5, Allyson Boyle 71.6 
Saturday 9 *m. Bantam* 

Boya 

High scratch game 

Andy Salerno 84, Danny fdema 82 
High handicap game 

Danny We ma/ Blake Krai man 165, Andy 
Salerno 163 

High scratch series 

Danny Klema 146, Jordan Sachs 137 
High handicap series 

Danny Wema /Blake Kraiman 312, Jordan 
Sachs 293 

Girto 

High scratch game 



Hannah Pfeuffer 105, Ariel Diamond 60 
High handicap game 

Hannah Pfeuffer 193, Amy Field 159 
High scratch series 

Hannah Pfeuffer 162, Ariel Diamond 99 
High handicap series 

Hannah Pfeuffer 338, Amy Field 286 
High average 
Boys 

Matthew Pfeuffer 66.0, Jordan Sachs 64.8 
Girls 

Samantha Bulmash 64.0, Hannah Pfeuffei 
Team standings 

1. Team 3 

2. Team 1 J 

3. Team 2 

AalH* Prep 

Boya 

High scratch game 

Kent Grimes 143, Rory Klema 129 
High handicap game 

Rory Klema 206, Adam Sachs 179 
High scratch series 

Kent Grimes 380, Nick Conoscenti/Jo 
Triggs 340 

High handicap series 

Rory Klema 528, Kent Grimes 48.5 



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October 19, 2001 



Lee Alan Kolzc 

Arc 44 of Huntsville, Ala., died on Oct. 3, 2001, 
after a courageous battle with brain cancer. Lee was 
born on April 15, 1957 hi Chicago, to Larry and 
Natalie Kolzc. Lee spent his childhood and early 
adulthood in Palatine. He graduated from William 
Fremd High School in Palatine in 1975, Lee later 
moved to Wauconda, where he lived for 17 years. He 
was employed as si ore manager at the Palatine 
Office Supply for many years, and later worked in 
customer service at Chef's Catalog in Northbrook 
and as senior distribution liaison at 20th Century 
Fox in Huntsville, Ala. 

Lee loved camping, hiking, art, antiques, 
movies, design and cooking. He was once an active 
participant in the Village Theater in Palatine and 
assisted in establishing Friends of Children in 
Therapy, a non-profit organization, Lee was a radi- 
ant, loving person, who was gifted at storytelling. 
His unique personality and sense of humor attract- 
ed many wonderful people into his life. His pres- 
ence will he sorely missed by all how knew and 
loved him. 

Lee was a devoted father to his beloved son, 
Glenn, age 16, who lives in Island Lake. He leaves 
behind his son, parents, Larry and Natalie Kolzc of 
Blroy, Wis.; loving sisters, Nancy Mueller of 
[■migrant, Mont., Janet Kolze of Arena, Wis., Julie 
Sorcnscn of DeKalb and Lynn Kolzc of St, Paul, 
Minn.; brothers-in-law, Ken Mueller, Kevin Bauer, 
Tom Sorcnscn and Allen Dotson; seven adoring 
nieces and nephews and many dear friends. 

A Memorial Service, celebrating Lee's life was 
held Oct. 12 at the Mill Creek Inn, Wauconda. 
Memorials will be directed to the Nature 
Conservancy or Friends of Children in Therapy. 
Contact Larry Kolzc. W1072I Cty. lid. 0, FJroy, Wis. 

53929. . 

Robert G. Miller 

Age 47 of Round Lake Beach, died Tuesday, Oct, 
9,2001 at Hillcrest Nursing Home in Hound Lake. He 
was born July 28. 1954 in Chicago, the son of Hobcrl 
C. and LaNetta E. (Gorrell) Miller. Formerly of 
Chicago, lie moved to Round Lake in 1957. He 
attended District I1G elementary and secondary 
schools. He was employed by Baxter Coq>. for 27 
years. Robert enjoyed howling and was an avid fan 
of the Chicago Cubs and Chicago Bulls. He also 
enjoyed raising dogs and leaves behind his friends, 
Ginger, Annie, Snooty Butch and Shaggy. 

He is survived by his mother, taNctta Miller of 
Round Lake Beach; and uncle, Raymond (Carol) 
Miller of Des Plaines. He is preceded in death by his 
father. Robert C. Miller on Dec. 21, 19911; paternal 
grandparents, Jacob and Cecil Miller; and maternal 

grandparents,' Marvin and Ada Gorrell. 

Visitation was Oct. \ 1 at lust en's Round l-ake 
Funeral Home, Round Lake. The funeral service was 
held Oct, 12 in the funeral home with Rev. Jerry M. 
Fay officiating. Interment was at Avon Centre 
Cemetery in Grays lake. Memorials may be made to 
Save-A-Pet. 31G64 N. Fairfield Rd.. Grayslake, IL 
G0030 or to VITAS Hospice, 580 Waters Edge, Suite 
100, Lombard, IL 60 MB in Robert's memory. 
Arrangements were entrusted to J us ten's Round 
Lake I : uneral Home, Round hike. 

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Arleen M. Pientka 

Age 62 of Antioch, passed away Sunday, Oct. 14, 
2001 at Victory Memorial Hospital, Waukeganaftera 
sudden illness. She was born July 13, 1939 in 
Chicago, the daughter of the late Paul and Lcora 
(Counihau) Stcinhaus, moving to Antioch in 1978. 
Arleen was a member of St. Peter Church and the St. 
Peter Council of Catholic Women. She was a civic 
volunteer to die Antioch area, which she loved and 
respected, as a member and past president of the 
Northern Illinois Conservation Club, member of the 
Women of the Moose Chapter 735, member and 
past Docent of the Lake Region Historical Society 



and at her death, an organ donor. On Jan. 16, I960, 
she married Thomas II. Pientka in Chicago. 

Survivors Include her beloved husband, 
Thomas and the loving sister and caregiver to her 
brother, Robert Stelnhaus. 

A Memorial Funeral Mass will be held at II 
a.m., Saturday, Nov. 3 at St. Peter Church, 557 Lake 
St., Antioch. Private interment will be in Mt. Cnrmel 
Cemetery, Antioch. In lieu of flowers donations may 
be made to the Antioch Rescue Squad for their 
valiant efforts and comfort In the time of need or to 
any favorite mental or depression clinic, of your 
choice. Arrangements were entrusted to the Strang 
Funeral Home of Antioch. 

Andrew J. Piasecki 

Age 84 of Inglcside, passed away Sunday, Oct. 
14, 2001 at his son's home in Antioch. In 1937, he 

married Rose Lee and she preceded him In death in 
1980. 

Survivors Include a son, Ray (the late Kathleen) 
of Antioch and one grandson, Edward Nelson. In 
addition to his wife, he is preceded in death by a 
daughter, Rose Mary, 

Visitation and funeral services were held Oct. 
17 at the Strong Funeral Home of Antioch. 
Interment was at Millbum Cemetery, Mlllburn. 

Paul M. Gellinger 

Age 86 of Munaelein, passed away Thursday, 
Oct. 11, 2001 at the Condell Medical Center in 
Libertyvillc. 

Surviving are two children, Shirley (William) 
Terrls of Mundeleln, and Paul (Ann) Gellinger of 
Roswell, NM and three grandchildren. He is preced- 
ed in death by his wife, Rose. 

Visitation and funeral services were held Oct. 
16 at the Burnett-Dane Funeral Home, Libertyvillc, 
with Pastor Stephen K. Parish of the Crossroads 
Church, officiating the services. Interment was at 
Vero Beach, Flo. Memorial contributions can be 
made to the American Heart Assn. in his memory. 

Shirley 1. Sopper 

Age 72 of Bristol, Wis., passed away Saturday, 
Oct. 13, 2001 at her home suddenly. On Jan. 20, 1962 
she married Raymond A. Sopper in Chicago and he 
preceded her in death on May 30, 1996. 

Survivors include two sons, Raymond A. 
(Karen) Sopper Jr. of Sheboygan, Wis, and Michael 
A. (Dawn) Sopper of Schaumbnrg; a daughter, 
Shirley A. (Clark) Nelson of Chicago; brothers, sis- 
ters and other relatives. 

Visitation and funeral services were held Oct. 
16 at the Strang Funeral Home. Interment was pri- 
vate. 

Frankie G. Willis 

Age 39, of Sikeston, Mo., formerly of Round 

Lake Heights, died Sept. 23, 2001. 

Survivors include, his mother, Core Lee Willis, 
of Sikeston, Mo.; sisters, Diane Carlson, Judy Willis, 
both of Illinois, and Dcbra Pollard, Neb.; brothers, 
Gene Willis.Gary Willis, Tim Willis all of Illinois; a 
host of friends and relatives. 

Funeral services were held Sept. 26 at the 
Nichols Funeral Home, Haleyville, Ala. Interment 
was at Union Grove Cemetery. 

LaVerne M. Nidzieko 

Age 75 of Grayslake, formerly of La Grange Park, 
passed away, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2001 at the 
Condell Medical Center in Libertyvillc. On July 2, 
1949 she married Walter Nidzieko and he passed 

away May 16, 1983, 

Survivors include her children, Wally (Beth) 
Nidzieko of San Diego, Calif., Nancy (Keith) 
Svendsen of Algonquin, Rick (lody) Nidzieko of 
Poway, Calif, and Susan (Charles) O'Morchoe of 
Gurnee; 10 grandchildren and a great grandchild. 

Funeral services were held Oct. 13 at the Strang 



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Kenneth K, Hamsher, 
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RINGA 
FUNERAL HOME 

122 S.Milwaukee Ave., 
Lake Villa, IL 

(8.47) 356-2146 

Robert I. Ringa, Jr. 



SPRING GROVE 
FUNERAL HOME 

8103WilmotRd. ) P.Q.Box65, 
Spring Grove, IL 60081 

(815)675-0550 
Toil Free; (888) 394-8744 

Kurk R Paleka, 
Director 

STRANG FUNERAL 
CHAPEL AND CREMATORIUM, LTD, 

410 E. Belvidere Grayslake, IL 
(847) 223-8122 

David G. Strang 

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Richard A Gaddis, - 
Directors 

STRANG 
FUNERAL HOME 

1055 Main St., Antioch, IL 

(847) 395-4000 

Dan Dugenske, 
Director . 




Funeral Chapel and Crematorium Ltd., Grayslake 
with Rev. Phil ZilinskI of the Fox Valley Baptist 
Church officiating. Entombment was at Wood lawn 
Cemetery, Forest Park. Visitation was held Oct. 12 at 
the funeral chapel. Memorials may be directed to 
the Grayslake Fire Dept., P.O. Box 01, Grayslake, IL 
60030. 

William S. Settles 

Age 7G, a resident of McHenry for the 
past 20 years, -formerly of Fox Lake, died 
on Friday, Oct. 12, 2001 at his home, sur- 
rounded by his family. He owned and 
operated The Settle Inn in Fox Lake from 1962-02. 

He Is survived by his wife, Shirley (nee Kaiser) 
Settles of McHenry, they were married in Chicago, 
July 3, 1 940 and had celebrated over 55 years of mar- 
riage. Also surviving are his children, William 
Settles, Johnsburg, Robert (Laurel) Settles, St. 
Charles, Thomas (Sharon) Settles, Kathy (Gary) 
Struck and Pam (Tom) Peters, all 

of Johnsburg, and Annallsa (Tom) 
Barrle of North Barrington; grand- 
children and other relatives. 

Friends of the family called 
Oct. 15 and again Oct. 16 at the K. 
K. Hamsher Funeral Home Ltd., 
Fox Lake (The Chapel on the 
Lake). Funeral services were held 
Oct. 16, with Rev. Fr. Robert Balog, 
officiating. Interment was at St. 
Johns the Baptist Catholic 
Cemetery, Johnsburg. Memorials 
may be given to the Parkinsons 
Institute, 1170 Morse Ave., 
Sunnyvale, Calif. 940B9- 1605. 



Friends of the family called at the K. K. 
Hamsher Funeral Home, Ltd., Fox Lake (The Chapel 
on the Lake) where funeral services were conduct- 
ed, Oct. 15. Interment was at Highland Memorial 
Park Cemetery, Libertyvillc. In lieu of Bowers, 
memorials may be made to the National Parkinson 
Foundation Inc., c/o of Marc Llchtman or Lois 
Meffcrnan, 1501 NW 9th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33 136- 
1494. 

Oma-Adele Leukhardt 

Age 00 of Round Lake Park, passed away 
Thursday, Oct. 4, 2001 at the Wauconda Healthcare 
and Rehab In Wauconda. 

Survivors Include her husband, Richard 
Leukhardt of Round Lake Park; a son, Kerry (Lorl) 
Leukhardt of McHenry; six grandchildren; four 
great-grandchildren and other relatives. 

Continued on next page 




James A. Shalek Sr. 

Age 79, an Ingleslde 
area resident for the past 
47 years, died Friday, 
Oct. 12, 2001. During his 
work In Mundelcin, he and his 
wife, Evelyn received the citizens 
of the Year Award at the White 
House by late President Dwight 
Eisenhower, 

Survivors include his wife, 
Fvelyn Shalek (nee Kubitz) with 
whom he was united in marriage 
in Cicero on Feb. 16, 1946; two 
sons, lames (Susan) Shalek Jr. of 
Kiburn and Scott (Kathy) Shalek, 
Spring Grove; his grandchildren; 
great grandchildren and other rel- 
atives. 



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What is Menu 
Pages 2001 ? 



Menu Pages 200 1 is a special pull-out keeper section brought to you by Lakeland Newspapers 
bringing together restaurants from Lake. Mcllenry and. Kenosha County and putting their menus 
on display for our readers' reference throughout the year. 

What an exciting opportunity to have the menus from many of the area's best known restaurants 
at your fingertips while deciding where to take the family, plan a large outing, or have romantic 

dinner. 

Have a plan to visit each and every restaurant in the section at least once during the upcoming 

year, you can't go wrong with any of them. 

So make a special effort to pull this section out and tuck it away in a convenient location, 
because Menu Pages will be a great reference tool for a long time to follow.... 




David Sherman 

Advertising/Marketing Manager 
Lakeland Media 



Menu Pages wax brought to 
you by the following Lakeland Newspaper, Display 

Advertising Account Executives: Rich "Poor Richard" 

Dicstcrheft, Dan Dalbcrg, Sherry B. Doyle, Erica 

Schmidt, Toni Vincent, Kristy Mueller, with assistance 

from Natalie Kitlig, 



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Bonnie Brook Gold Course Restaurant— In addition to being one ofChicagoland's Top 50 golf courses, Bonnie 
Brook Golf Course, located at 2800 N. Uwis Avenue in Waukegan. also houses a full service restaurant featuring 
soup/salads, sandwiches, beef, seafood, and much more. Come visit our newly remodeled restaurant and lounge area! 

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Cafe' Pyrenees— When you enter Cafe' Pyrenees' dining room you are transported into the Southwestern countryside of 
Prance. Make that special trip for lunch or dinner. Cafe' Pyrenees was established in 1990 by Chef Jean-Marc hmstmmmi 
• Orthez. France. Cafe' Pyrenees is an excellent place for (pack lunches, business meetings and special occasions or just a 
fabulous dinner out. Food ranges from the typical French Cafe' fare as well as specialties from the Mediterranean regions 
of Southwest France. All entrees come with salad, fresh vegetables and a starch. We have a private party room for all your 
party needs. We offer an extensive list of wonderful desserts created by our pastry chef Sandra Sofcre. Call us during our 
regular business hours to make a reservation for lunch or dinner. Cafe' Pyrenees is located at Hwy. 21 and 60 (facing 
Hwy. 60), River Tree Court Shopping Center, Vernon Hills, IL 60061. Phone: 847-9188850 or 847 -9 1 8-8852. 

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Centre Lights Cafe— The Best Kept Secret in Uhertyville! Centre Lights offers a casual, contemporary dining experience 
for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Specialties include a fabulous Champagne Sunday Brunch, Friday night All-YouCan-Eat 

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fresh hike Perch, wonderful soups, salad bar and breakfast omelets. Choose from savory appetizers, tasty sandwich sclec* 

lions and excellent entrees created with our special touch. Enjoy dining in the comfortable dining room or the convenience 

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of carry out. Prices from S5.95-SN.95. A Great Place for Parties and Banquets. Consider Centre Lights for your next pri- 
vate party or special event! With banquets available for up to 90 guests and Club rentals for up to 200 guests. Open Moris 
Fri. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.: Sat. 8 a.m. to 2 pm.; Sun. 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. In Centre Club, 200 W. GolfRd., Ubertyv'dle. (847f 

573-4373. 

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Colony House— Colony House is located on Hwy. JF in Trevor, Wis. It has been a landmark for years. A beautiful coun- 
try atmosphere and a menu to satisfy every guest that visits here, including the little people. Check out the children's menu. 
Open six days a week, closed on Monday. Featuring a Fish Fry, you 'II want to make a regular Friday event. 



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Sausage. Pepperoni, Ground Beef, Bacon. 
Mushrooms, Onions, Green Peppers, Black 
Olives. Green Olives, Anchovies, Pineapple, 
lanadian Bacon, Spinach, Tomatoes, Broccoli 

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Appetizers 

Cauliflower 3.25 

Jalapeno Hot Poppers (6) 3.75 

French Fried Mouarella Sticks.3.75 

Breaded Mushrooms 3.50 

Breaded Zucchini Sticks 3.25 

Fried Onion Rings 3.00 



Mix Veggie Basket 4.00 

Ga/1.c Bread 150 

Gertie Bread with Cheese. . . . 2.00 

Potato Skins (4) 3.95 

Piaa Bread 2.50 

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Mexican Pizaia 12* $11.25 

Mexican Pizza 14* $13.75 



1/3 Lb. Hamburger & Fries ... 4.25 
1/2 Lb. Hamburger & Fries ... 4.75 

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Gnfled Cheese 4.00 

Grilled Cheese with Ham 4.50 

Chi (Seasonal) 2.00 

Soup of the Oay (Seasonal) .. 2.00 

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Cold Roast Beef with chips. . . 4.75 

Ham & Cheesa 4.50 

Tuna Fish 400 

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Scallops .7.40 

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Baked Potato 1.50 

Spaghetti or Mostacioli 1 .50 



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Spaghetti & Mostacioli 265 

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Grilled Cheese 2.25 

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IN M*ftO$—The liny Italian eatery creates an intimate atmosphere that only complements the exquisite cuisine that has 
brought DiMarco's Restaurant countless reviews and ratings of*** 1/2 stars. Chicago Tribune featured the liny restaurant 
for its excellence and North Shore Magazine made special note of a tiny establishment off the beaten path that drew literal- 
ly thousands of people from all over the Chicagoand and Lake County area. Proprietor Donna I) i Marco shares a special 
warmth thai charms her customers and takes pride in the recipe that bears her name! DiMarco's, a dinner house, opens at 
5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; and 4 p.m. on Sundays. Also available for banquets and business meetings. The comfort- 
able bar and fun lounge are features everyone enjoys. Accepts reservations and welcomes walk-ins. Closed Mondays. 

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Dovar Stnfts— 2 great locations! If you were to tour in Europe between England and France, you might have the oppor- 
tunity to stand on the rocky cliffs of a body of water known as The Straits of Dover! This channel divides these countries 
and also has the most ideal waters, with just the right temperature for fish. For over 23 years, we've proudly adopted this 
name to reflect our finest seafood. You are our finest feature at Dover Straits — it is with great pleasure that we offer you 
the most sincere and finest dining experience. Your pleasure and satisfaction are our only aim as you enjoy our superb 
seafood, plus steaks, salads and pastas in a casual environment. Join us for live entertainment Wednesday through 
Saturday (Mundelein) and Thursdays through Saturday (Hoffman Estates). Banquet rooms are available for up to ISO peo- 
ple and reservations are recommended. Always enjoy Dover Straits and make this your place when you want to be treated 
extra special! Two locations to serve you. 1/2 mile east of Route 83 on U.S. 45 — Mundelein — 847-949-1550 or 1149 W, 
Golf Road, Hoffman Estates. 847-884-3900. 

Duttt'i GiM- Duke's Grill is elegant yet casual. We feature fine American cuisine. Handcut steaks, fresh seafood, excit- 
ing pastas, unique entrees round out a great homemade menu, everything from sandwiches to steaks. We have private din- 
ing room for up to 65 people for all your party and special event needs, meetings, etc. We cater to homes and businesses, 
with packages from birthdays to company BBQ's. We feature great comfort food daily specials, and our all you can eat 
famous fish fry on Friday's. Our attached "sporty" pub features a IO' screen, and plenty of TV's to watch all NFL games. 
Live music on the weekends. Karoake Thursdays. Try us, we guarantee you'll be back! Duke's Grill, 476 W. Liberty St., . 
Wauconda, 60084. 847-5260002. 

£7 Famous Bwi*n—El Famous Burrito. Burrilos the size of a football? That's what you'll find at El Famous Burrito 

with many locations, including 32 IO Belvidere Rd. in Waukegan (just outside Gumee) and 220 Hawthorne Village 
Commons in Vernon Hills. El Famous Burrito features authentic Mexican food prepared fresh daily. For faster service call 
ahead 782- 1 877. 

•Authentic Mexican Restaurant located at Leisure Point, 200 N. Forest Ave. in Fox Lake. The best margaritas 
anywhere and food that will make you come back again and again! Whether it's nachos, a mexican pizza, or steak ASADA, 
chicken, or seafood. Stop by and give us a try. We'll both be glad you did! Open seven days a week at II an. Call 973- 
1 370 for more information. 

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Cum it Pint— Pasta and sandwiches are what you 'II find in addition to Gumee's Favorite pizza (1st place winner in the 
Best Pizza in Town • Chicagotand contest) at Gurnee Pizza, located at 1810 Delaney Rd. in Gumee. National Exchange 
Club has also named Gurnee Pizza the first place winner as Gumee's favorite pizza. Open 7 days a week and late hours. 

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fneogflNo ftetstturaM—No mystery • A.KA.fine dining. Executive Chef John Lynd prepares the finest in steaks, chops 
and seafood to tempt you. Our intimate setting h one of the best kept secrets in northern Lake County. Dinner is served 
Tuesday thru Saturday evening starting at 5 p.m. Lunch is served Tuesday thru Saturday starting at II am. On Sunday we 
have a menu brunch from 8 an, till 2 p.m. Reservations recommended on weekends. Conveniently located on Grand Ave. 
and Nippersink Blvd. in Fox Lake. Closed Monday. 

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Island OH— Located at 310 E Sta!e Rd. (Rie. 176). Island Lake. Cozy family restaurant with a complete varied break- 
fast, lunch and dinner menu. Open 7 days a week, 6 a.m.- 1 p.m. Carry-outs are available. For more information, please 
call (847) 526-7797. 

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ttaUari (hrmrat—When it's time to lake a break from the ordinary. Like County turns to Italian Ovens for great made to 
order pizza that is fresh everytime. The original Italian Ovens has been serving the Lake County area for a few years now 
on the corner ofRt. 45 and Center Street in Gray slake. Located just across the street, students at CLC and Lake County 
Fair goers make it a point to visit their neighborhood restaurant on a regular bash. And now the Round Lake Beach/Lake 
Villa and Mundelein/Libertyville areas have their own Italian Ovens. With new locations in Sweetwater Crossing and 
downtown Mundelein, you now can get great pizza in area's other than Gray slake. In addition to some of the area's best 
pizza. Italian Ovens is well known for their great salads, hot oven sandwiches and submarines. Take out, delivery or dine- 
in — you can 7 go wrong at any Italian Ovens location. 



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iaht'i PbOM—Jake 's PIua 's reputation for traditional. piua Is firmly established and has been for the past 6 years. 
Owner John Schaefer along with is dependable staff pride themselves in using only the freshest ingredients on their made- 
to-order pizzas, Lots of choices: thin 6\ crispy, double dough, deep dish, stuffed or the newest addition, the "double deck- 
er". Every pizza delivered hot and tasty. Tired of the same-o, same-o pizza ingredients? You 're in for a tasty 
surprise... Jake's Pizza specialties! Try a chicken club pizza with chicken breast, tomatoes, onion & bacon. Try the specialty 
BUT pizza for a change of taste. You've certainly heard about Jake's great western pizza, temptingly topped with cheese, 
Italian sausage, bacon, onions and Jake's exclusive barbecue sauce. Scrumptious!! Any of Jake's Pizzas are sure to please. 
Not in the mood for pizza? Jake's also proudly serves with outstanding personal service, great tasting sandwiches, salads 
that are fresh A crispy, tender tasty ribs, succulent shrimp, wings with just the right zing to them and other appetizers. 
There is no need to call anyone else, Jake's Pizza has it all! 

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J.D. BooAkggara—J.D. Bootleggers is located at the intersection of Grass Lake Rd. and Rena. this little friendly neigh- 
borhood bar and grill has been a part of our Antloch community for years. Open seven days a week at II a.m. daily. Very 
well known for their broasted chicken and Friday Fish Fry. Now on Fridays featuring a mcll-in-your-mouth Filet mignon 
(Iowa beef), and BBQ Baby Back Ribs (fall off the bone). A different gotta try! 

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/atflCO Welcome to Jalisco.. .where the lively, casual atmosphere is exceeded only by the authentic Mexican food and 
tasty beverages. Enjoy delicious appetizers, seafood specialties, exciting combination platters and the generous burrito 
suizo. Jalisco offers two locations, 1300 Glen Rock Avenue in Waukegan and 1814 East Belvidere Road in Grayslake. 
Vamanos a Jalisco! 

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Uttfe Mi's- Little Pete's Pizza, Pasta, A Ribs located at 107 E. State Rd. (Rte. 176), Island Lake. Open Tues thru 
Thurs. II a.m.- 10 p.m.; Fri. A Sat. II am.-// p.m. and Sunday 4 p.m.- 10 p.m. and closed on Monday. Dine-in or carry- 
out. Delivery is available after 5 p.m. Call (847) 487-7980 or Fax (847) 487-9511. 

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KB. Uttabaa'g—Patti and Roy, owners ofK.B. Ustabee's, want to remind everyone to book your holiday parties by call- 
ing 549-9955. Ustabee's is located in the Spinning Run Shopping Plaza at 750 S. Hwy. 21 in Gumee (between Washington 
and Rl. 120 Belvidere Rd.). Call Ustabee's for their Saturday band schedule. Plus. Ustabee's has Karaoke every Friday 
night!. Come in and try our new delicious homemade pizza! 

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1 $ahan and CaH-Last Chance Saloon and Cafi, located on Center Street in downtown Grayslake, has 
been serving Lake County some of the best burgers around, including the famous "Saloon Burger" and the original, 
"Stuffed Bleu Burger, " which is a 1/2 lb. patty, stuffed with bleu cheese and onions, served with cheese and mushrooms. 
The Last Chance also offers everything from steaks, shrimp, fajitas, chicken, ribs, sandwiches and pizza. And the saloon u 
also known for not only having great spirits with a fun game room, but also live bands on the weekends. 

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'House of Flavors". The Longhom is located in Lakemoor on Rand Rd, just one and one-half miles west of 
Rte. 120. Owned by Paul Gasior and his sister Claudia Cox specializes in Steaks, Chops, BBQ Ribs, Fresh Seafood and 
Pasta, along with a like f aire such as sandwiches, salads and a full salad bar. A two-year renovation plan is nearing com- 
pletion After finishing the inside with new carpeting, wallpaper and pointing, the renovation has moved to the outside with 
new facing and brick street inlay and decorative lamp posts, with new shrubbery and new outside facing all add to com- 
plete the exterior all compliment the updated new decor and the ever popular menu. It u the hope of the owners to create 
an upscale feeling in a casual atmosphere, casual pricing for the casual dinner. The Longhom is open Friday at II am. 
for lunch, dinner Tuesday-Saturday at 5 p.m. for dinner on Sunday at I p.m. They are closed on Mondays. Call 815-385- 
9869 for more information 

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iP'f LaMBRg— // it 's waterfront atmosphere you want, and a great fish boU on Friday, this is the place! By car, by boat, 
by snowmobile, a friendly fun crowd of people are what you'll find at LP's. But there's more than fish here, check out the 
menu inside. Located off of Hwy. 173 to Lake St., turn right and there you are. Bring your appetite. 

Pro**** Land f ama> H*ttaWM*-ls located on Hwy. 50 in Paddock Lake, WL Just 10 min from Antioch, serving the 
community for over 1 5 years in a warm and friendly family atmosphere. Featuring breakfast, lunch A dinner with a variety 
to please all appetites. (Homemade soups). The menu was to large to print. So the menu you see is only a part of what they 
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pizza, but let's not forget the sandwiches made to order. A new Wed evening feature is our family night, 5-9 p.m.. All U 
Can Eat Pizza Buffet (including salad bar A beverage. Delivery is always available. Bon Appetitl 

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Saluto's— 7680 Grand Ave, Gumee, 3566900. Saluto's is a fabulous, family run restaurant in Giirncc. Located just west 
ofGurnec Mills. Tliis restaurant has terrific Italian cuisine, including pizza. Tltc prices are moderate and Saluto's has 
recently expanded. Come and join us in our new lounge and loft. 

Sammies— From a 6x10 foot trailer in 1964 that theft father rented for us next to the gas station near our Chicago home, 
Sammies sold Vienna Hot Dogs for a quarter and soft drinks for a dime that first summer. Sammies was operated seasonal' 
ly six months a year. Growing up and moving on, they opened a year-round store in Chicago in 1970 and two years later in 
1972 a second in Graystakc, where they turned a walk-up summertime stand into a year-round fast-food operation. 
Expanded several times since, that restaurant has gone from six stools to seating for 78. In 1982 they opened in partnership 
with Dave Keith, a third location now located at 215 W, Rollins Road in Round Lake Beach. In 1988 they sold their origi- 
nal store in Chicago and now operate exclusively in the hike County area. In 1997, a new Sammies was open in partner' 
ship with Tom Shechan at 216 Milwaukee Ave. (Rt. 83) in hike Villa. What hasn't changed in more than 37 years are the 
authentic Chicago Style Hot Dogs and other Chicago Style Sandwiches they serve. Visit all 3 Sammies locations: 
Graystakc, 799 Rclvidere Rd., (Rl. 120 near 83) 223-4663: Round hike Reach, 215 Rollins 546-4674: hike Villa. 216 
Milwaukee Ave. (Rl. 83 1/2 mile past Grand Ave.) 265-2400. 

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San Luis Restaurant— Is located at 50 South Green Ray Rd. in Waukegan (which is just south of Washington St. on 

Green Ray Rd.) San has is a family owned and operated restaurant brings the fun atmosphere of Mexico right to your door 

step. The San Luis Restaurant also has a large banquet hall perfect for weddings and just about any celebration. Vie San 

bus Restaurant also serves American food. For carry-out, call (847) 244-3636. 

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Skandfa House— Is known for its European home cooking, featuring homemade peoroju 's and two soups daily. They 

have been serving hike County for over 20 years. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week at 6 a.m. 

Ijocated on Grass luike offofRtc. 59 one half mile. 

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Stonecntk Grill— Located at 206 Sheridan Road tucked in the beautiful woods of Winthrop Harbor, is a wonderful 

restaurant to celebrate any event. This log cabin styled restaurant also has a beautiful fireplace. Ron and Tim Kaiser, who 



the fairgrounds on Route 45 in Graystakc. Tlic diverse menu offers a variety of appetizers, generous helpings 
soups, mildly seasoned Chinese favorites as well as lively Szechwan and Hunan classics. Ask anyone who's 

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Beein the Experience - Lonnhorn House of Flavor 

Skewered Cajun Prime Rib Strips . 

Tender Strips skewered blackened broiled served on bed of rice w/horscradish sauce 

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Grilled chicken breast w/onion. mushroom & special BBQ sauce, scaled in mozzarclla 

New Zealand Green Mussels 6P6 9i \2J i tO n 

Butter Garlic or cooked Ala Marinara 

Hot Spicy Buffalo Wings 6PS*UP9* 

Served with Celery and Blue Cheese 

Steak House Sampler For 2 .'10* 

Crab Rangoon, BBQ Ribs, Onion Rings, and Mushrooms 

Sweet Country Fried Buffalo Wings tNPUIW 

Served with spicy noncy mustard sauce & sliced red bell peppers 

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Juniors Cheese Pizza Pie 

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"Paul's Campfire Chill" Xup/2* BowtfJ" 

Tender chunks of grilled steak blended w/a rich chili sauce full of rough cut onions, sweet peppers, celery, carrots &. a 
variety of hot imported peppers. Served w/oystcr crackers. Add onion, cheese, and sour cream for 5 1.00. 

"Fiesta Days Prime Rib Sandwich ,*Sr 

Feast on prime rib slowly roasted sliced thin & stacked high on a fresh kaiser roll. Sweetened with red bcrmuda onions, a bit 
or horseradish & au jus. Stone ground mustard makes this a must. Served with spicy fries, cole slaw and polish dill pickle. 

Mom's Baked Han in a Pouch .«7" 

Hot baked ham sandwich with swiss cheese and dijon mustard scaled & baked in an aluminum pouch. 
Served hot with spicy fries, cole slaw & polish dill pickle. 

Add a Salad Bowl with any Burger or Sandwich «7* 

Blackened Whiteflsh Sandwich «7* 

Blackened Whitcfish on a kaiser roll w/tartar sauce, spicy fries, lettuce, tomato & slaw 

Chicken Ranch Sandwich HP 

Grilled chicken breast, red bcrmuda onions, shaved lettuce & ranch dressing on kaiser roll 

Grilled Ribeye «U W 

Over 1/2 lb of juicy steak smothered w/grillcd onions 8c covered with cheese, Holy Cowl 



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Sliced Toinof pork in our spcciaTBB5"sauce v piled Vgn on a kalser'rolf, Ytngy/tasty 

The Bleu Berger ,*7* 

On dark rye with raw onion and our bleu cheese creamy topping 

The Fore*! B urge r ,*6" 

Topped with mushrooms and swiss cheese and served on dark rye 

the Cheesy Trail .*6« 

Served on a bun with choice of american, cheddar, swiss or mozzarella cheese 

Servedon a oun deluxe style; lettuce, tomato, VaV onion "and" pickfe" * *** 

All burgers are 8 oz, fresh ground, Black Angus Pure Beef Patties. Sandwiches 4 Burgen are served with spicy fries and garnish. 



Sweet and Creamy Flavors 

House of flavors FaatUy Split M* 

3 flavors of ice cream rolled into 3 sweet crepes topped w/hot fudge, strawberry sauce, whipped cream & a cherry. 
Enough to share? II 

Hot Fudge Brownie Sunrenae • • • • • M* 

Double chocolate brownie w/vanilla ice cream, raspberry sauce & hot fudge. Topped off with whipped cream. Awesome!!! 

Ice Cream Crepe Ala Cherries Jubilee M m 

Sweet crepes filled w/ice cream & covered w/hot bing cherry jubilee sauce. Whipped cream 

Coiocsal Strawberry Shortcake .'4* 

Rich vanilla ice cream served over a baking powder biscuit covered with whipped cream and strawberries 

Homemade Fruit Pies .»3" 

Ala mode $4.00 . , 

Assorted Sundaes . % 3* 

Assorted Ice Cream Scoop 1 • .*2* 

Premium Flavor Coffee w/Whipped Cream • • ... . . • S3* 

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are brothers, and their family invite you to their family restaurant. The pizza and the Stone Creek specialty dishes are a 
must to tr* Phone (847) 746-2020 for their carry-outs. 

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Tang's— Tang's Chinese Restaurant brings a world of Chinese cuisine to hike County from their understated location 

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dined there. Tang 's is setting the standards in Chinese cuisine. 

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Taste of Wisconsln-This beautiful restaurant in located in Hwy. 50 in Kenosha, Wis. Don't befooled by the Kenosha 
address. Take 83 to 50 and turn right and with a relaxing 10 minute ride, It will be on your right. Tliere it is! Tall and 
proud to represent the State of Wisconsin. The menu was loo large to print, but the ad says it all. Serving breakfast, lunch 
and dinner. Put this on the must try soon list. 

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Ted'j Restaurant— Since 1940, Ted's Restaurant has been a landmark for hike County's families. Ted's has been inde- 
pendently owned for over 61 years! Ted's has a long-standing tradition of always supporting the American Servicemen 
since WWII! Also, Julie and Mark are maintaining that fine tradition. Ted's donates to Waukegan area non-profit organiza- 
tions such as local churches and schools. Ted's calls it their "Community Care Dollars" programs. Please call Ted's and 
ask for Julie or Mark at (847) 623-3177 for further details. Ted's is located at 1611 Retivdere Road (Rt. 120) in Waukegan 

(just east of Uwis Ave.) • 

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THTs—TNT's has been serving hike County since 1991. Tina and Taso take great pride in this fine menu. Their soup and 
salad bar compliment all dinner entries' and anyone who's been here will tell you about the All-U -Can-Eat Ribs, Prime Rib, 
and Friday Fish Fry's. Tuesday and Thursday are crab leg special nights, beat the weekend crowd and enjoy! 

Twin Oaks— bin a beautiful country setting located on Hwy C on Twin hikes. Wis. Banquet facilities to accommodate all 
parties. Tlie menu definitely tells you what to expect when you dine in this gracious atmosphere. Enjoy a couple's evening or 
bring a family group. What ever the choice is, you 'II be pleased with the choice you 'i* made to dine here. Relax and enjoy! 







(located P^^J^^fefa^^^^g 

House of Flavors' Chilled Creations 

Black and Bleu $ 8* 

Blackened sirloin sliced in strips laid upon a crisp Caesar salad, topped w/bluc cheese 

Spinach Salad . , 5 W 

Fresh spinach w/bacon, mushrooms, eggs, onions & warm bacon dressing. 
Add tuna or chicken for S2.50 & shrimp for $3.00 

Peppered salmon flash grilled & layered upon'a mixture of greens & chilled ncc w/vegctable garnish. 
Topped with a balsamic vinaigrette dressing 



Lontfhorns Special Cuts 

All Entrees include Horseradish Cheese Spread w/Bread Sticks, mini loaf of Egg Bread, Longhorn s Tangy Medley 
Salad Bowl "Prc«drcssed". Just toss, serve & enjoy. 

Smothered Bleu T-Bone • • • • .OZW 

Prime center cut T-bonc covered in bleu cheese layered on green peppercorn sauce 

T-Bone Steak • • i6oz*lT 

A full pound offender, great tasting steak, cut close to the bone for the sweetest meat 

Prime Rib off Beef Au Jus 16 oz'aTVio oz14" ., 

Flavor is seared in & slowly roasted for a succulent moist treat. Your choice of cuts to meet your appetite. 
Available Friday, Saturday &. Sunday- Heavier cuts on request 

New York Cut Strip Steak u oz'IS" 

For the true steak lover with an appetite, a juicy 14 oz steak which is all center cut 

Prime Filet Mignon iooz'19"/8oz'17 > 

For the ultimate in Steer Beef tenderness, natural, flavor, this Queen of Steaks is for you 

Center Cut Butt Steak '. VJi V. . . . . • .'. '. •iooz > 15"/7oz , 13"„ 

A delicious center cut from the top of the sirloin. Plenty of enjoyment. Chunky & Tasty 

Broiled Chopped Sirloin Steak i oz'ITVb oz« 9" 

Enjoy the mouth watering goodness of freshly ground Black Angus Beef, Quickly scared 

BBQ Ribs Fun subWVi/z sub •12" 

A Mcllenry favorite for over 20 years. This crowd pleaser oflTcrs our famous, tender ribs wtour own special 
tangy sauce. Almost I 1/2 lbs to a meaty slab . • 

Pork Chops 2Cnop. , M"/lChop f I2- 

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salad bowl M pre-dressed . Just toss, serve & enjoy. • ."* ~. ..■.'....- . 

Fresh Black Mussels with Linguinc • • • • . . .'. . . . . ,*13* 

Tender sweet mussels sauteed in butter & garlic, pasta Sc marinara or butter sauce 

Shrimp A linguinc Sauteed .15" 

Sweet shrimp lightly sauteed in butter, garlic & herbs, tossed into a bed of linguinc 

Pasta Primama •••••••• • • •••••••• .12" 

For the vegetable lover in you! Linguinc gently tossed w/a blend of broccoli, cauliflower, flat green beans, 
carrots & zucchini. Brought together w/a touch of garlic & olive oil 

Spaghetti Marinara .11" 

Tender pasta topped with a light rich tomato sauce, very tasty! 

SM C * U ^7 *^°*# eo ' Cornish Hen • « •••••••••• •*13* 

PofiR Sa 1 Th P ?,owlyh,ck f r y roastcd . sewed on a bed of Longhorn s special dressing. Accompanied by 

Chicken Breast Florentine ••••.•••••••••••••••••••••••• ••M" 

Succulent white meat grilled or pan-fried, served on a bed of spinach w/Pbulctte Sauce 

Long Island Roast Duckling ,W 

Plump Long Island duckling slowly roasted makes it crispy, dressing. Orange sauce or gravy 

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Salmon, Swordfish, Scallops & Shnmp. Pu broiled on rice. Laced w/Uuigy teriyaki 

flsfceraajurt Platter .»12* 

Captain's combo of fried cod, ocean perch, stuffed shrimp, dun strips A fried shrimp 

Walleye llllct ,*%&* 

This fresh water filet is a delicacy served as you like it. sauteed, broiled or fried 

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Lightly seasoned & pan-frieYor broiled* Always nwuVwateVng'him white* meat ' ' * # ' V * V * * * * 

French Fried Jiimbo Shrimp neo» la a Basket .1* 

Everyones favorite selected shnmp, extra large pieces. Crispy on outside, tender inside 

Broiled Lobster Tall , , .Market Price 

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nrhwod Cellars Glass V/BottleW RedWne 

While Ztiu^iMlel-MerlotOiardonjiay^^bcrnet Sauvignon 125 M.O. VUlejo Pinot Noir . . . .Glass *4NBan\* 19* 

^OtrhUit ,V» ^LJadDtBeauy^aVUkmi V2 

lush Wines 129 Clc4 l>i Bois Merlot 

1 10 Fortant White Merlot ....... Glass »3 1, /Bottle •!?• 131 BV Napa Cab. Sauvignon ...;. 

1 1 1 Beringer White Zinfandcl . . .GUu ^/Bottle W^ 126 Gabbiano Chianti Glass , 4"/Bottk If" 

Hlae 1 28 BV Coastal Merlot ........ Glass T/Bottk IT 

1 12 Martini & Rossi Ajq' Spumante 1/2 Bottlenr/Bottle TT 130 Napa Ridge Cab. Sauvignon Glass WBottle 
lUKorbclBrut 1/2 BooJcV'/Botuc ^ Dom est k Been V 

1 13 Extra Dry Totts .Boole W MGD > MGD Lite, Bud. Bud Lite, Miller High Life, 

teWlne Miller Lite. Mkhelob 

1 15 Jekel Johannisbcrg Riesling .Glass V/Bottle ^IT 1 ■ i »*^na» letrg .*3" 

1 17 Callaway Chardonnay Glass f 4"/Bottle H8" rlcin «kcin, Becks, Becks Dark, Corona, Killian 

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Highway C-Wilmot Wisconsin (262)862-9377 

— Appctizcn*— tlalf Full 

Crm*m**t mmi Scmllkm Womiom vitb a Citrus, Umongran and Opal Basil Dipping Sam* $4.25 $795 

S mo M Dmem Brmtt CaHommra uilb Bacon, Saasonai VigrtMa, Ai^ Hair hxsta, and a Ugbt Alfmio Sam* . .$3-75 $7J5 

FcctacU Br~d triib Frn* Artkhokt*, Oven Drkd Tomaioa, Block Oiim and Frtsb Herbs . .* $3 50 $6.95 

Criiled Culf Shrimp and Sea Scsthp* uilb a Smoked Tomato Olive (Hi, Basil and OrzoPmla $3S5...,.$7J0 

OmtrmU o/ Spi ne t b, Moatled Mppm and Coal Cmmt witb Grilled Country Bread $6.95 

— SMpDaJour— .$3.75 

Conor Salad-Komaine Lettm*, GaeUc Crouton, Imported Parmesan Cbeeie and Ancbcny Filieit .".0-75 

Geoi (heeee SoUd-Fresb, MiM, Wisconsin Q^ 0*em uitb a^ 
Kemhxmy *M loltwce and Fresh Nor Sakid uHtb Wo^ 

All Uttrtt* aft mrrti wUm ovr Nmc Stmmi-nnmknm Clt—y Hmettri Vlnaiymi-U— Homt-Mm Omcm* $1.25 

-Oven Dried Tomatoes, Spinach, Artkhohes, SadUons ana' &*4k simmered uHtb \r*4ie Babamk Vlm^, Oito W 

Fresh Herbs and Shell Pasta $15.99 

lahater and Shrimp Cmmtthi- Shrimp and Fresh lobster meat Soutoes un4b Leems, Mushrooms, Wbit* Wine, Lamm, Hom e made 
Gnocchi and Fresh Tarragon $2195 

Chicken YuMmey- Gulf Shrimp and drmast of Chichrn touiemi uHtb Jnuthrooms, Bacon, lemon, Garlic, Shod Potto and 

$1635 

M eda lHmi afCmumm 'mae eelle i m '- Sm tmd kmm wHo n t of (^icntn kjfed aitb Fresh khwjiand Ommmd end bmrnoJm mm* . . .$1635 

of Cmkmam kipped miib Mkhobes, Spinal 

CrUUdNew Tow1lSfem\ z l5az/&S1lfa $1935 

nimi mHtnom -Center Cut Tenmrkia of Beef 'served uitb Prem Veariabha ami our Special Potato ...(Putt Cut) $2235. ■ (Petite Cut) $1935 
Moyaa/tmtf'SaaM GriMed and served uitb a Smoked Tomato Oil Puree and a 

$1935 

Grilled Filet topped uitb Hoauefort Cheese ano 1 Pried loehs and served uHik a Poriob^ 

in e Xed Wine Sauce $1935 
Style mwf~Stkmd Beef Tenderioin, marinated and simmered uiih Sour Cream and tresh LHi , 
Fettuccini $1635 

Pan koasted Salmon Fillet uilb an Herb Crust served trith GruXmi Prmvns 

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Lemon, and Lime and senmi wish Cous Cous $2235 

Seared Gutf Sbrmep served uitb fKmtad S*mi Fep^ ..$1735 

CriUe* Pm+ rm*ermm*»t-tbe PorierbouM .$1695 

M eda lH n u el Hen J eu de ri e e n-GriOed and un^d uitb ftoastod Peppers, Feta Cham, Ban* Oaves and Garik mashed Potatoes .$1635 

KamXk Of iam%m&~$kfTVmm WiiO 6$ VfgnHdtbml tftXtftO ettrnW sm%$WTM jUiCfS , $213} 

Breast of Duck stuffed uilb tbmemade Cafun AnoouiOe Sausage served uitb Fried Loebs. and Oniom and a Bac^ 

Garlic Sauce $1835 

A 20% Gnuuty b added to utiles ol 10 or moct 

No Stpantt Checks 

Serving Dinner Cmsmmi Fine Dining 

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Frimmy mnd Saturday SM-IOOO Elegnnt Bamqmts 

Sunday 1&0-7MO Winter, 1M4M Snmmer In m 

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Seeved uitb Hash Bnmns. Tbast, Butter and Jettu Guocomtae and Sour Cntam 

Promise land"* Combo Omelette .4.75 cheese Nachot 3.25 

Ham Omelette . .. ._ V .4.75 lbrtUlM q^ lbppt4 uitb q^ q^, amddor Cheese Sauce and 

Florentine Omelette „.,....,..,....... ..3.35 SoarCream 

Spinach and feta Cheese ChlH Nachos TAT: 4.95 

Broccoli A Cheese Omelette 5.35 jorutla Chips Topped uim Homemade ana & Ch t ddt r Oman 

treum Broccoli and Ch edd ar Omen Nachos Supreme 5.95 

Mediterranean Omelette 5.35 jbrm^ Qn^ Topped uitb Tasty (kound Beef & 

Gyro* Meat, Onions, Tbmatott & teta Cbmr Chicken Nachot 6.50 

Acapulco Omelette 4.95 jonta* Chips Topped uitb Stripe of Chicken Breast IImWkM 

Bacon Omelette 4.73 Cheese, Mefhed Beans, Jalapem*. Tbmasoes, Onion s and 

SsusipE Omelette n./y Guwcomole 

Gyros Omelette 4.75 f^o Salad ft Bowl of Soup ..." 5.95 

DfJIVCr Omelette 4.75 st***a*0 Satod Greens, SeasomO GrvmnO Brrf, Jutienmni Mined 

Ham, Green Peppers and Ontons Cbmen, lUmb Okves, Sour Cream p m*0 Saim in m frr*b triad 

Western Omelette •••• 4.y5 Tbrtimnt Attavt 

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Mexican Omelette 5.50 ia-* W g>»a.» Cmmem*mraum 

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Cfcp^jo Boars Skilkrt (NO CHEESE PLEASE!) .....7.20 Smipeof 
BEAR SIZE Steak Strips, Onions, Green Peppcrs.Tomatocs 

G^t^S^-CheeaeHe«l-Sklllet 5.95 ^J^^^abmmVca* * "" *" 

Pmpars. Omkms, Mushrooms and Asmwmd Omrmrs i^^n^^lSl 

CotamryTrlo Sklttct 5.50 **» «" «* **** 

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SkUkt thjeasuma'cmnmm HtattChicken .6.95 

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Steak or CMdun ^RaJIUSkUkt . .Chicken 5.50 Steak 6.95 

Ships, onions. Omen Poppers, suak c< Clilcken k^airtoa Supreme ....... Jtcak 7.50 

S*Uu Charm and mito om to* star Chicken 6.50 

Mediterranean SUUet * «9.3ti Soma or Chicken eraaaad tn Paster 

mm. Gyros Meat, OaJons, T b mat o m & Feta Chasm 

Denver SuHct '•^ 

. Ham, Green Popper & Omioms Tampiquena - Our Great Mexican Steak Ptotter 9,95 

South of tbm Border SpooiaWea *. zoo* <**.»» 

AM Served urn* ehur Choice ofrmuw or Cam memmm tk*, Gmocamote, 

3 Tecva lo Hard or So* fitd 5.50 ^ <*a-— - -•. r maa\ 

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Beans, Lettuce, Tomatoes. Onkms, GuacamoM mnd Soar Cream mumm e m m Wfb ml Sae rt Smah om me Geu% 

Steak or CUcktaTacoa Jicak 6.99 OMdm 5.95 & Bke, 

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Pries. BMHmi Boons, Leasees, Ibmaoaas, ihtkms, Guacamoie and Mexican Steak Ranchero A ,95 

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2800 N. Lewis Avenue Wnukegun IL 60087 360-4732 



OCTOBER SPECIAL DINNERS - $4.99 









• October 3 

• October 10 

• October 17 
October 24 
October 31 






Veal Parmesan over Noodles 

BBQ Chicken & Ribs W/French Fries 

Stuffed Chicken Breast w/Mashed Potatoes & Gravy 

Lasagna w/Salwd, Vegetable and Garlic Bread 

Pot Roast w/Salad, Potato, Carrots, Rolls & Butter 

Includes Salnd, Vegetables and Rolls & Butter 

Soup $.99 w/Dinner 
Substitute Baked Potato $.99 w/Dinner 






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Spaghetti 



Served with French Fries, Salad, Rolls & Butter Served w/Meat Sauce, Garlic Bread 






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BBQ Ribs 
$12.95 (1/2 Slab $9.95) 



Filet 
$9.95 



Broasted Chicken 

$6.95 



Served with Soup or Salad, Mashed Potatoes or French Fries, Rolls & Butter 









Waukegan Park District Salad 

$5.95 

FOR KIDS 

(10 years and under when purchased w/adult meal) 






Chicken Fingers 

Served w/French Fries & Coke 



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$2.99 






Hot Dog 

Served w/French Fries & Coke 

$1.99 






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All Specials Include 
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Grilled Chicken Breast 







Open Daily 10:00 
Sundays 11:00 

VISIT ALL 3 SAMMIES LOCATIONS 




Combination 

Italian Beef and Sausage 








Jumbo Char Dog - 1/4 lb 







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799 Belvidere Rd. 
(Rt 1 20 near 83) 

(847) 223-4663 



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21 5 ROLLINS 
(847) 546-4674 




Meatball Or Italian 
Sausage Sandwich 











1/3 lb. Big Samburger 


















LAKE VILLA 

21 6 Milwaukee Ave. 









(Rt 83 1/2 mile past Grand Ave. 

(847) 265-2400 




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CHmw Cauliflower S3 25 

Mushrooms •3.50 

Maoaitlla Stick* (6) S3.75 

OwtuCurd* S3.00 

fcppm{6) 13.75 

MinlTaeo»|l2) $3.25 

Mini Bunttoj (10) 13.25 

Swctl Com Frttim S3. 00 

Fwndi Frits $1.75 

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Bowl ol Chili 13.00 

Com Dog....- - $1.75 

Rm Bread in a B^kt t ... $ 1 .50 



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Mini Taco & FF $2.75 

Mini BuTTilo & FF $2.75 

Two PWca Tcndm & FF- $2.75 

Grill ad Ch««M & FF $2.75 

Rranut Butler & JsDy - $2.75 

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1/2 h LP Burger - $5 25 

Sewed M*n Letfuce, Tomoto, Onion, American 

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Hafian Beef at Sauaagi Combo . $5.95 

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Chicago Vienna Dog - $2.96 

Topped utfh Tomto, Mlth and Onion 

Chi Dog 13.75 

Topped u*h ChlH and Onion* 

Tapped with Chill and Onion 

Brat I. $ 3.95 

Topped tath ChiA ond Onion 

CHICKEN 

4 Pc Chldwn Baaktt.. $525 

4 Pc Chkfcen Tenders (NEW) ......~. I4.9S 

Serued wth BBQ or Honey aouce 

Grtled Chkhen Bnrart e4 o 

S*wd with Leffuee, Tomato, and Mayo 

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Served uMh LeOuce, Tomato, ond Mayo 
R Pc Hoi or Mid Wing Dhgs — 1550 

14 Pc Hot or Mild Wing Dings ...~...~ $650 

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Regular Gyros Sandwich 3.65 

(Cucumber Sauce. Onions and Tomato) 

Extra Meat Gyros Sandwich 4.35 

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Italian Beef 3.59 

Cheery Italian Beef 4.oo 

Super Beef (50% larger) 5.29 

Italian Sausage 2.99 

Combo 4.75 

Double Sauiage 3.50 

Meatball 2.75 

Pepper on any sandwich 30 

Red Sauce lor any of the above 40 

Mozzareila cheese lor any ol the above . . 



All Dinners Served Wilh French Fries and Colo Slaw 

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Gyro. Plate 5 25 

(Cucumber Sauce. Onions and Tomato) 

Extra Meat Gyrot Plate 5.99 

(Cucumber Sauce. Onions and Tomato) 

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6 oz. Center Cut, served with Grilled Onion, 
Green Peppers* & Mozzareila Cheese 

Sirloin Steak Sandwich 5.50 

6 oz. Center Cut, very tender, served with Onion, 
Lettuco. Tomato, Pickles on French Bread 

Shlah Ka Bob Plate 5.so 



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Kalian, Thousand Island, or Ranch 

Turkey Breast Salad 3.95 

Grilled Chicken Breast Salad 4 25 



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Side Orders 



All served with onions, lettuce, tomato, pidde and 
your choice of mustard, mayo or dressing. 

Turkey Breaat Submarine (»%»**«} 4.79 

Italian Submarine 4.79 

Roast Beef Submarine 5.25 

Veggie Submarine (w/cheese) 4.29 



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25-50 Sandwiches 
5 lbs Italian Beef& Gravy 



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2 Containers of Sweet Peppers 






1 Container of Hot Giardinera 

Only $59.95 (Please allow 1 day notice) 

Call for other Catering Ideas! 

Hotdog & Pizza Party's! 

PARTY ROOM AVAILABLE 



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. Burgers 

1/3 lb. Big Sam 

Mustard, Ketchup. On km. Pickle, Lettuce, Tomato . 2.69 

with Cheese 2.09 

Doubles add .' 1.00 

Samburger 

Mustard. Ketchup, Onion, Pidde, Lettuce, Tomato. . . 1.99 

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Double Samburger 

Mustard. Ketchup. Onion. Pickle, Lettuce. Tomato 2.85 

with Cheese 3.25 

Vienna Beef Hot Dogs 

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(Mustard, Relish, Orsons, Tomaio.PickJe, Cucumber & Celery Salt) 

Chili IVvi 9 1Q 

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Chili Cheese Dog 2.39 

Jumbo 1/4 lb Vienna Hot Dog 2.59 

Jumbo 1/3 lb Vienna Polish Sausage 2.99 



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FrtnchFries .'. reg 1.29 

Batter Dipped Onion Rings .. . sm 1.59 

Deep Fried Mushrooms sm 1.69 

Monarella Sticks sm 2.59 

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WaaPulta 195 

Chili .....;.sm 1.B9 lg 2.25 

SouplnSeaton sm 1.39 lg 1.89 

Cup ol Cheddar Cheese 65 

Cup of Red S au ce 40 



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Grilled Steak with Onion & Peppers on Pita 



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Grilled Chicken Breaat 3.75 Bacon on any Sandwich 

6 oz. Chicken with Mayo. Lettuce, Tomato & Cheese 

Sirloin Steak Sandwich 4.25 

6 oz. Sirloin with onion, Lettuce & Tomato 

Steak Delight 4.75 

Lean & Tender 6 oz. Sirloin with Qraen Peppers. 
Grilled Onions & Mozzareila Cheese on French Bread 

Fried Chicken Breast 2.99 

Turkey Breast Sandwich (M%r«Fm) ..*. 2.99 

on a Bun with Mayo, Lettuce, Tomato & Cheese 

Fish Sandwich 2.25 

with Cheese, Lettuce & Tartar Sauce 

BLTPita , 3.29 

(Bacon. Uauce Tbrakx Anwian OawM 4 Ms^o) 

Grilled Cheeae Pita 2.25 

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& Round Lake Locations 



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Small 1.10 Medium 1.35 Large 1.49 

Coke • Root Beer • Or. Pepper • Diet Coke • SpriH 

Pink Lemonade • Cherry Coke • Orange • IcedTei 



Shakes 






Small 1.75 Medium 2.00 Large 2.50 

Chocolate • Vanilla • Strawberry ■ Banana 

■ Cherry • Dreamsicle • Pineapple • Root Boer 

Malls Add .35 
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Carry-Out Kitchen Hours 
Monday-Thursday Ham-lOpm 
Friday & Saturday I lam- 1 1 pm 
Sunday Ham-lOpm 



Appetizers 

Stone Straws $4 1/2 

thin ml MiHpt oftmUm, red and mild Jatmpenm, coded m-llb m xesty batter. Served with ranch dressing. 

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cmrnnms of crisp mmemn covered ttith 100% real Wimtmmin emtmrnmr mil trapped in « mrnesmdlllm roll 

Stoney Fries '. $3 1/2 

deep fried pieces of baked pmimlo sprinkled with seasoning mod Mommmo ckeem. Served mitb ranch dreui* 

Creek Combo $6 3/4 

popp ers , mmemn spring aliens, nsmxxmrellm Mens, sinm airmen 

Entrees 

Our Own Baby Back Ribs • half slab $13 * full slab $18 

stow cooked with omr sweet end imngy ba r be mme smnem ' 

Stone Creek Special Cut .$11 3/4 

10 ex. tender aa omit stenu 

The Grill's Baked Pasta $8 

pmslm tossed srllb nwtrinmrm smnce end lopped sritk pepperoni end maxxmrellm cheese 

Sandwiches 

Boneless Smoked Porkloin Sandwich $6 

Memory sm eb td loin I spp e d.sHib BBQ smnce. Served on m mommy roll 

BBQ Pork Shoulder Sandwich $5 3/4 

tm bo** smoked smomlder ikeedded mnd topped with BBQ umct. Served on m bnkery roll. 

Combo Sandwich $61/4 

omr omm ftmlimm beef mnd smmtmge sm o t b e r e d In msmrinmrm smnce. Served wilb pepperoni peppers. 

Stoney Primo Grilled Cheese $4 3/4 

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Cheese 7.3$ 10.80 12.80 .... ,14.25 ■ 

Cheese & 1 Item . . . . .7.85 1 1.75 . . . .13.75 : . . .7:15.95 ~ 

Cheese a 2 Uems ....8.35 12.70 14.65 16.85 

Cheese 4 3 Uems ....8.95 1365 15.55 17.75 

Each Add Topping 80 95 1.10 1.40 

Special 10.10 ....1395 15.95 17.95 

(Cheese, Pepperoni, 11am, Mushrooms, Onions, Green Peppers, Anchovies) 

Deluxe 11.20 ....14.35 16.40 18.45 

(Cheese, Pepperoni. Ham. Mushroom, Italian Sausage, Orion, Green • 

Peppers, Othes, Ancho*fc*) 

Vetslc JJ.65 1330 15.30 17.50 

B.LT.Plm .9.20 ..... .1390 15*5 I7JJS 

Taco Pun 9-20 13-90 15*5 17.85 

2 triads of cheese, lettuce, ground bed, sauce (taco), knaioes 



HOT & COLD SUBS 

7. Meatball Sub 3.75 ......5.75 

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8. dub . .4.00 ... .V. .6.00 

(Mw Tmrhrj. timxm, Stchs Chine, UtlHcrAomata & mtyo) 

9. Traditional 3.25 5.25 

(I km, SaLnt. Cbeete, Hot Peppm. Lettuce. Tomato 6 Dreains) 

10. llamA Cheese 325 5.25 

(Horn, Cbtese, Onion, Lettuce. Tomato 6 Dmslng) 

ll.PizzaSub 

(rrpfmwmi. Hem, Cbme. Onion 6 Pisa Sauce) 

12. BLTSub 

(Cham. Bacon . Lettuce. Tommto 6 Mayo) 

13- Turkey Saiss 

( Turmj. Suits Omm. lettuce Tomato & Mayo) 

14. Italian 
(Italian -Van ay, Ham, Cmete, Lettuce. Tomato 6 Dressing) 

15. Italian Beef 4.75 

U lotion Bmf. Mozzanma Cmtst) 

Extra Cheese on above Subs 1 1 .00 extra. All Subs Served With Chips 



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Cheese .8.65 11.40 14.40 .N/A 

Cheese A I Men .... .965 12.60 15.60 .N/A 

Cheese 1 2 Hems ....10.65 ....13*0 17*0 .N/A 

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Cheese & 3 Hems ....8.95 13-65 15.55 17.75 

Each Add Topping ... 1 .00 1 .50 100 .N/A 

DeJuxe fammiJm*} .13.95 ....17.95 20.95 -N/A 

Special jfe.WM.l2.9S 15.95 18,95 H/A 

Vntic 10.95 . . . . 13-95 . . * . .1&.95 JifA 

(Mushruoou Onions, Grtea Pepper i Btack 0#«) 

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1 . 6 McsIhD wb .7.43 

2. 6" I Ian * Cheese Sub ;V. .". • .4.75 

3. 6;; Turkey ft Swiss Sub 5.50 

4. 6** IUum Bcff • ••••<* • o.>u 

5. 6 H B.LT. Sub • •, • • •4.75 

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Shrimp Cocktail *.....9.50 

Baked Escargot 8.25 

Shrimp de Jonghe 9.50 

Herring Duo 5.75 

Oysters Florentine 9.50 

Hearty Artichoke Cheese Dip. ..5.75 
Traditional Rumaki 5.95 

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Beef ft Pork 

Barbecued Baby Back Pork Ribs 

Full Rack 16.95 

Half Rack 12.95 

1/2 Rack w/French Fried Shrimp 

15.25 
1/2 Rack w/Fresh Fried Chicken 

Center Cut Pork Chops 14,25 
Hand Breaded or Broiled - Three 

4-5 oz. chops 13.75 

■ Roast Prime Rib of Beef 

- Oommy horseradish sauce on the side. 

10 oz 15.75 

16 oz 18.75 

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Filet Mignon 8 oz 16.95 

12 oz 19.95 

T-Bone. 14 oz 17.75 

New York Strip, 12 oz 16.75 

Porterhouse, 20 oz 21.75 

Chopped Sirloin, 12 oz. 13.50 

Beef Kabob, 12 oz 18.95 

- Bixtied skewer of beef tendetton, onions, 
green peppers, tomatoes i mushrooms. 

|.. Sicilian-Style Filet:...;...:....'18.95 

•- Spedmty seasoned tondtriofc mddi- 
Dons smothered with amuteed tomatoes, 
onions, green peppers & mushrooms 
topped with mouareSa cheese. 



Create Your Ovn Combo 

The following available with any entree: 

6 oz. Lobster Tail add 12.95 

1/2lb. Alaskan King Crab Legs 

add 10.95 






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Stuffed Flounder 15.95 

,• Crab meet stuffed flounder covered with 
a lemon whta wine HcJIandaise. 

Dover Sole Veronigue...u..21.75 

• Pan seuteed wih white. wine, green 
grapes, sSvered eknonds. * r 

Itatian-Style Whitefish 14.25 

• Freshwater fillet topped with Italian 

herts, parmesen cheese & bread crumbs, 
broteato perfection. 

Shrimp de Jonghe 15.75 

Scallop de Jonghe 16.75 

• Your choice of scwops or shrimp baked 
with white wine, garlic I butter topped with 
fresh breed crumbs. 

Large Sea Scallops ..,.16.75 

- PW/np see scekops wrapped in bacon 
endbrxmed. 

French Fried Shrimp 13.25 

Frog Legs 14.25 

- SaSteed ft garkc end bitter or breaded 
end fried. 

Alaskan King Crab Legs....25.95 

• On (Modus pound Sfx9 wih dkMni 6u0k 

Twin Lobster Tails ......Market 

- Two 6oz. ktatne lobsier tails with drawn 
butter. 

lib. .... Lobster 

Tail Market • *&«. 

Australian lobster taM with drawn butter. 

Veal Lamb ft Poulbry 
Veal Oscar. 18.95 

• Seuteed veal cutlets topped with crab 
.meat, asparagus & Bemeise sauce. 

. Veal Parmigiana..:..........v,:i6.95 

- Breaded vem cutmts .covered twith red 
sauce a mczzareKa cheese • served with 
paste. 



Chicken Breast 12.95 

- Bol boneless, skinless grilled breast of 
chicken topped with your choice of any one 
of our House Specialty Sauces. M \ M 

Chicken Westminster... ....... 14.95 

• Bol boneless, sunless grmed breast of 
chicken topped with an artichoke whJte , 
wine cream sauce. I 

Stuffed Chicken Florentine.. 15.95 

• Spinach , bacon A onion stuffed breast of 
chicken topped with Hokendaise. 

Lamb Chops 19.95. h 

• Two chops marinated in chefs spedml 

seasonings and armed to perfection. 

Roasted Halfbuckling 15.75 

-Skm-roesled duck with b&ed apples and 
basted wih an apple cinnamon glaze. 

Chicken Parmlgiana 14.75 

• served with pasta. 

Chicken Kabob 14.75 

• Skewer of chicken breast, onion, green 
pepper & pineapple wih a sweet I sour 
sauce. 

Fried Chicken 11.50 

• One half of a fresh chicken, hand bread- 
ed and fried Tf golden brown. 

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Friday Fifth Fry 

Genuine Icelandic Cod 

Early Bird Special 7.25 

After 6pm 8.25 

Beer-Battered Lake Perch., ..8.95 
Beer-Battered Baby Walleyed 

Pike 8.95 

Beer Battered Bluegill ....6.95 

Comes with cole slaw, bread and choice of 
potato pancake or trench fries 

Children 1 * ftefecttam 

Roast Prime Rib of Beef. 8.75 

Breaded Pork Chop 5.50 

Fried Chicken 5.50 

French Fried Shrimp 7.75 

Pasta with Sauce 4.95 






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or Spinach; Potato - your choice of fitted, Twice-Baked, French Fries, Rice or Pasta; and 
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A mozzarella cheese baked on a garlic French roll 5.95 

ITALIAN BEEF thin sliced bee/piled high 4.95 

ITALIAN SAUSAGE *ith natural graxy or red sauce 4.50 

Combo Italian beef A Italian sausage w/ sauce. 5.50 

HOMEMADE MEATBALLS with Red Sauce 4.50 

GRILLED CHICKEN senrd w/mavo. lettuce A tomato. . . 5.50 
CHICKEN PARMIGIANA SANDWICH our grilled chicken 
breast co\-ered with red sauce A mozzarella cheese ........ 5.95 



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Our "Fall Off The Bone " Ribs are slow roasted then basted 
nilh our "St. Louis " BBQ Sauce and grilled to perfection 

FULL SLAB_ 15.95 HALF SLAB 12.95 

Includes French Fries. Cole Slaw A Garlic Bread 
JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP 

Hlth Cocktail Sauce. French Fries A Cole Slaw 
1/2 Pound 8 JO I Pound 13.95 



GARDEN SALAD I.7S 

Lettuce* Mozzarella & cheddar Cheeses. Creem 
fltppm and Tomatoes, Canadian Bacon 

GRILLED CHICKEN SALAD 5.50 

Lettuce, Mozzarella A Cheddar Cheeses, 

Green Peppers 

DRESSINGS: Ranch. French,! 000 ItUnd. lUlun, Bleu 






THIN A CRISPY 

The pizza that made us FAMOUS! 

Cheese Only 9.00-10.00-1 2.00- 1 4.00 

DOUBLE DOUGH 12" 14" 16" IB 

Twice the crust with a hand-rolled edge! 

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DEEP DISH 

A hearty I inch crust baked In a pan! 

Cheese Only /1. 00- 1 5.25- 15.50 

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MOZZARELLA STICKS with Real Smme 

JALAPENO POPPERS with Ranch Dressing. ...... 

GARLIC BREAD STICKS with Red Sauce 

CHICKEN STRIPS with Ranch Dressing 

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"Made-Frnm-Scratch" Marinarm Sauce! 
Spaghetti Lasagna Mostaccloll 
5.95 7.25 5.95 

Euch Of Our FUsta Orders Includes Garlic Bread l\jsta Dishes 
Cun Be Baked Hlth Mozzarella rhr An Additional 50( 
Extras: 2 Meatballs .. 1.50 Italian Saiua^c.. 1.50 



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ITALIAN SANDWICHES 



THIN CRUST 



OUR ORIGINAL - THIN AND CRISPY 

Sm.11» Mei.14* It, 16" 

CHEESE ^^,.,^.239 9.49. 11.49 



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A PIZZA PIE WITH THE SAUCE ON TOP 

CHEESE . . . 10.89 13.89 15.89 

PAN 



DEEP DISH CHICAGO STYLE 



CHEESE 



9.89 12.89 14.89 



DOUBLE DECKER 

TWO LAYERS WITH A BRAIDED CRUST 

Sm.12* fcfcAJi: igtli 

CHEESE 10.89 12.89 15.14 

PIZZA BY THE SLICE 

Thin Crust Cheese 1.69 Pan . . 2.29 

Thin Crust Cheese A Sausage 1.89 Pan . . 2.49 

Thin Crust Cheese A Pepperoni ....1.89 Pan . . 2.49 
add Vegetables up to two toppings each 25 

BREADS 

Breodsticks w/Sauce ,.2.29 topped with Moizorelta add 75 

Pino Bread 1.99 odd topoinos each 35 

Garlic Bread 85 Garlic Bread** ■•»* <>•«•) .1.60 

Gravy Bread (French bread dfped in otr delicious Au Jus). ... 75 

CHAR-BROILED 1/4 LB BURGERS 

Hamurger 1.99 Double Hamburger . . . 2.89 

Cheeseburger 2.19 Double Cheeseburger . 3.19 

Cheddarburger 2. 19 Double Cheddarburger 3.19 

Swissburger 2.19 Double Swissburger . . 3.19 

PiZZaburger (with Pitta Saucs. Moxzarella) 2.19 

Double Pizzaburger 3.19 

Mozzarella Cheese or Bacon 45 

Chicken and Fish 

Grilled Chicken Breast 3.49 

firikd Chichcn Breast Panst»(t*aVti»<»raJs>«i ft andesst) 3.95 

Breaded Chicken Breast Fillet 3.05 

Chicken Parmesan Sandwich fmwmHdmlMwmi*/i. . 3.49 
Chicken Strips -tt> ftmk Fries With Conker tw«). . . 3.59 
Grilled Tuna Sandwich 3.49 

Fish Sandwich 2.15 

1/2 Pound Shrimp Basket with Garlic Bread. . 3.99 
Buffalo Wings 8 pc. 4.49, 12pc. 6.49 

ffvailcfeW with rencb, honey di Jon, or red sauce en request 

Add American orSviss Chtes05 Add Mozzartlla Che* $t ,., .45 



ItolianBeef 3.95 

Mini Italian Beef io-uj la-m-tom* or »•) 2.15 

Meatball 2.99 

Italian Sausage 2.69 

Combo nt*» i— * •* «•*• »-o. 4.59 

Steak Sandwich (w^-r^e^. , 4.95 

Philfy Steak htmkkwttfmtmn.HdOm.Hnmlhm+am*) 5.59 

Gyro (en Pita w/Tomafo, Onkm ft Tzetiiki Sauce) 3.79 

Gyro Combo (includes Fries ft Drink) 5.59 

any sandwich smothered with melted Mozzarella Cheese . ..75 
Peppers - Sweet, Mild or Hot (an saneWch or side) 35 

red seuce er tomtt . mien. §rrk ewJwkii on Helen entdnicku 

COLD SUBS and SALADS 

Ham Sub (to, tm** Qm*.u»**i~*. •«*)(** o******) -3.25 

Turkey Sub ( Tirfcey. A«er k m Omm. lettuce. TwMtt, Maya) .... 3.25 

Ham or Turkey on a Bun 1.99 

Italian Sub at*. hrf.r**«., fcunftt*. *• .(*. akioM . . . 3.89 
Vcgac Sub M%i. T«»i,c^«n»f». (kwer, *r>n hd cm. . 3.59 

BIT Sub (eecen. lettuce. Tometo. M*r») 3.25 

Garden Salad (•aktn*m***awm'mn\mammi r) . . . 2.29 

Chef Salad («*th Mem. Turkey, American Cheese) . . . 3.59 

Grilled Chicken Salad (with 4 ei. ireast Meet) 3.79 

Grilled Tuna Salad 3.79 

bretsinji awJlebk French, theueencl IilemJ, lutteriMli Reach, ftejeer end 

Parrww. Urn fat hWy Wjon. lorn fat lt*im*. Fat fret Urn Hrrfe, F<rt 
Free Buberry Vinaigrette 

All Hot Dogs and Polish Sausage include Fries 

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Cheese Dog..................... .. 2.45 

Pizza Dog... .......... ....... « — ........... 2.45 

Chile Dog 2.45 

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Jumbo Chili Dog ....3.05 

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Polish Sausage .. „ 2.69 

Polish Sausage on Italian Bread 3.09 

EwrytHinj enJeusttrd. blah. Onien. Ttnete. Pickle. Celery Stlt, btchf en rceuest 

FROM THE FRYER 

French Fries Small .89 Extra Large 1.39 

Cheese Fries..... Smalll.29 Extra Large 2.19 

Mozzarella Cheese Sticks 2.55 

Breaded Ravioli Appetizer 2.55 

Onion Rings 1/4 b ....1.49 i/2k... 2.79 1 lb Value ..4.99 
Mushrooms m fc... 1.59 i/z *... 2.99 1 lb Value . V . . . 5.29 

Zucchini i/e n, 1.59 vi h.. 2.99 1 lb Value 5.29 

Poppers Cheddar Cheese 2.69 Cream Cheese 2.69 

Pizza Puff 1.79 

Combo Plate f«fce^l«aaet«St l ttjJZ«fcM.]0«k*Te4rf) . . 4.59 
Above available with ranch, honey dijon, or red sauce on request. 



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Tel:(847) 973-1370 
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Fax:(847) 973-1376 



Appctfitfm 
H**ho% $4.7S 

8 Small crispy tortillas topped with mexlcain beans. cNhiuhua 

ootons cllantro suacamole Light small crispy tortllleis topped with 

Mexican beans, melted Chlhu«\hua cheese, chopped onions, 

cllantro, tomato L guacamole. 

MexICaM PtUsft $4.95 

Six small flour tortUUs Ailed with melted Chihuahua cheese Mexican 
sausage &. tomato sauce chopped onions cllantro & tomatoes. 

fnnr i m olee S4.7S 

Home made avocado dip with onions tomatoes cllantro «V lime Juke. 

QmmaiWU (plain or wkh extras) $4.75 

Z soft flour or wheat tortillas Oiled with CNhuahu* cheese lettuce, 
tomatoes &. guaceimde filled with smoked chicken or mushrooms .951 
Co«p»esto $4.95 

Two nachos, two pliu* two quesadlllas chlqultas, guacamoJe 

and sour cre«vn. 

T*co $| 9 75 

One flour or com tortllUs filled with shredded cheese ar>d your 
choice o( skinless chicken or ground beef (90% lean), lettuce, 
tomatoes, guacevnolefon the side). 

■«n*o $1.95 

One large flour tortilla filled with mexkein beans and your choke 
of ground beef (90% fcan). chicken or shredded beef, guacamotc 
&. sour cream (on the side) chihuahua cheese add ,2S« USDA 
choke Steak (90% lean) add .95€ 

UcMbdaSiftlu $1.00 

j One enchilada flour or com tortilla Ailed with Mexican beans L your 
choke of chicken or shredded beef (90% rear) topped with md ted 
chihuahua cheese & sour cream. USDA choke steak (90% Lean) .95* 

QMSO riMMlMo. $3.75 

A bowl of melted chihuahua cheese with your choke of flour or 
com tortillas, choriio with ground beef add .75* 

rrtfOMS Fntott .!..»•. a. .a $1.95 

Amu (yaHow rice <* wWle) $l.f9 

CaMo Da Polo $5.00 

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5 |umbo shrtmps uutced In gaillc onion. L spices. 

SofM D. rrifoie* Paasje. $1.95 

BUcfc been soup setved w4lh wNie rice I chopped onions on the side. 



$7.50 

Ufge ftour lort«U Meti In non<hoiei»tfAl t*x>U oil, IWed *4th rice, 
team L your choice of broiied chicken bn*U or ground be*1 (90% te*n) 

topped writh meHed c cheese and sjuacamoia served w4th rancheto 



V asj se at t a ss. $7.f5 

Urge tour tortilla MScd with hash vegetables L beans topped 
with Chihuahua rhces*. served with tomato base lauc*. 

Initio tisubero Ssslio $7.50 

Y Urge tour taftUta filled with twucefi beans s\ yous choice of 

ground beef (90% k*n) o* broiled chicken bfe*st topped with 

melted Chihuahua cheese •> light ranchero sauce. 

•imtto nca P$ca (*ety anO $0.90 

Urge tour tortllU filled with your choke of ground beef (90% 
lean) or broiled chicken breast simmered in onions green pep- 
pers Chihuahua cheese beans cV )ilapeno peppers topped wfth 
our special sauce USDA choice secak (90% lean) 



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Carmd custard made with egg milk A. hint of liquor 

■ aSaWei kkM KelMttal i\ **MflM a • . • « ..*•«.. a a ... a M»W 

Spanish cake moistened in mix milk ft. kahlua , 

Fried lc OsktJB $4.00 

Fried ice cream Mexican style topped with wNoped aswjm & ibawbeny 
ke Ciwei • $3.00 

ChocoUt. vanilla or strawbsmy 



Tortilla* chips so go (smail-$ 1 .50 pet c*derM large- $4.0 
ordtr) rresh salsa to go (imaK$ 1 .50 per ordef) • (latgt 
per order) Jalaperw peppers • . 1 5« each, sour cxeam .7! 



Tacos. $4.95 

Three tacos filled with lettuce, tomatoes, shredded cheese & your 
choice of ground beef (90% lean) or chicken, served wtth Mexican rice, 
bean L gu*c*mo<e USDA CHOICE STEAK (90% Lean) add .95< 

fsKfclladM Ssstka. $7.95 

Three soft com tortllUs (flour available) filled with your choke of 
ground beef (95% lean) or chicken, covered In a mild sulia sauce L 
topped with melted chihuahua cheese, served with Mexican dee, 
beans A. sour cream. USDA Choice Steak (90% lean) add .95< 

fueliMarlM Camaxones (Mftd) $9.95 

Three soft com tortillas (tour available) filled with shrimp &. covered 
with a mild mariners tomato based sauce, topped with melted 
Chihuahua cheese. Served with Mexican rice, beans &. sour cream. 

tnchlUclas Oe Mote $4.95 

Three Soft Com Tortillas (tour Available) rilled with your choice of 
ground beef (90% lean). Chicken or cheese covered I a mole 
poblano sauce &. sour cream served with Mexican rite ft. beans. 
LncMUderas , $9.95 

One Cheese enchilada de mole poblano. one 'chicken enchilada 
sulza a. one ground beef (90% lean) enchilada verde. served with 
Mexican beans &. sour cream. 

Ques*dla\as , $7.95 

Three soft tortillas (flour or com) filled with Chihuahua cheese. Served 
with Mexican rice beans, sour cream & pico de gallo. Also a choice of 
chorUo. smoked chicken beef or mushrooms &. onions filling add .951 

ChUt. I e*t*os $1.99 

Two breaded poblano pepper stuffed with your choice of ground 
beef, chicken or Chihuahua cheese, served over our ranchero sauce 
Mexican rice ft. beans. 
rUmtas $g.9S 

Three Urge com tortillas filled with your choice of ground beef 
(90% lean) or chicken, then deep fried In non-cholesterol canoU oil 
topped with guacamole ft. sour cream served wish Mexican rice ft 
beans. USDA Choke Steak (90% lean) add .954 

f khelrhnny •••..•••••••••• » . $7,99 

Three Urge tour tortllUs wrapped with your choice of ground beef 
(90% lean) chicken chorlzo or cheese, then deep fried In non-chok" 
strol canoU oil. topped with sour cream ft. guacamole served with 
Mexican rice ft. beans USDA Choice Steak (90% Lean). 

II rMtto C oeabtraa rl o. $9.95 

One ground beef taco. one chicken enchilada suixa &. one ground 
beef tostada, served with Mexican rice A. beans. 

UraarcaC tj eabto atl o . $9.95 

One ground beef burrtto suUo, one chicken cUuU & one Urge 
nacho, served with Mexican rice, beans ft sour cream. 

Vegaiaria. foibtoarifT $9.95 

Ow cham cha« rdeno, o. bean las t cm qeaidb, msvbj «eh MedcinrkeibiM 



AUMcxka* $10.95 

Tender chunks of steak (90% lean) seasoned with our specuJ sauce, 

onions, poblano peppers ft. tomatoes, served with Mexican rice ft beans. 

MIismu Da Km ., $11.95 

DeSdous isjhtly brtatkd ttatk. served »*h frxdtn f>W pcxatoes. Mcuon rice. 

■asee* taetclsar. Suit. $11.95 

US. Choice tender skirt steak (90% lean), marinated ft. broiled to 
your taste, topped with melted Chihuahua cheese ft. ranchero 
sauce, served with Mexican rice ft. beans. 

Caw. Aaada $10.95 

U.S. choice tender skirt steak (90% lean), marinated ft broiled to 
your taste, served with Mexican beans ft rice. 

CawAUTiiiplsjum $11.95 

US choice tender skirt steak (90% lean) marinated ft brcaed to peik«k>% served 
wkh i chkken Inchhoa stiia. sour cream, e^acanok, r%Brican rkv ft basns. 





$10.95 

Sliding strips of USDA choice steak, green ft red peppers, onlom ft seasoning 

Oracftast fajku. $9.95 

Sitdrng strips of USDA chkken breast, yean ft tad peppras. onlrx. ft ssatajw. 

M ft'red psVperi uchki orto«l kvcoi.'biay can'l canon. 

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1 1 skesng pftenp ft kdcy thrtwyy geen ft red peppenv oniom and lets orsrig 

laft ft Cascfta. • $1 9.9$ 

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Caatftar. aV ftaaearptat * • $11 • W 

ftaseaw Caacka. a. awssBpawf .................... Ill ..5 

all served with torrikas, rice. beam, guacamole ft. sour cream 




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$11.95 

red snapper fttet wWi ga rtic. herb, served wfth Mexican rice ft salad 

1 2 plump shrimp simmered In a tomato sauce with or^ons. garlic 
poblano peppers ft sokes topped 



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Your Hosts 

DONNA AND JIM 

25491 W. Old Grass Lake Rd. 

Antioch, Illinois 60002 

847-395-0050 

APPETIZERS 

Inhtrno Wlntjs $3.95 Criapy Fried Mushroom. $3.95 Mouar.ll. Sticks ...$3.95 

Gotten Onion Rings $3.95 Taqultoe $3.95 Jalap.no Pooo.rs $3.95 

Delicious French Frks. $1.95 Bmaektd Cauliflower $3.95 Plxx. Pu?r\..„ , $2.50 

Chlck.n Flncj.ni $3.95 Mini Tacos $3.95 Combo (Any 3 appetizer*) $5.95 

PIZZA 

9" Chews. $5.25 9" Ch.... ft Sauaag. $5.75 9" Chews, ft P*oo*ronl ...$5.75 

1 2 " C hew a. ..........$$.25 12" C hew a. ft SaHitacj. $9.75 12" C hew a. ft Pepperoni ...............$$.75 

RDnacTcn onair ruriDC BROASTED CHICKEN DINNERS 

BROASTCD PORK CHOPS Smvd with Potato** mnd Co* SUw 

Sen»d with Potato** and Appt*s*uc* SoOaf/fvftoria 4ve«ebf...,touf eo*tty1l 

Two of Our Famoue • oa..... $7.50 J |JJ[JJJ * ISSSVftS! 

Thick and Jutet Broa^^ Pork Chop. J TWjiyi J^\^"i T i3J-^; 

2 BntMt, 2 Ihlgn, 2 Wing ft 2 Le>g $10.00 

3 Breast, 3 tNgh, 3 Wing ft 3 Le>g ...$15.00 

SANDWICHES 

AM *sndwtch$9m mm »#fv#d with trwnch frit mnd m pick* tpmmr. 

AM buqgm* mrm mmdm w*h Immn torn B+mr * $mo *dw*t t tmttucm $% toomta 

Choomm ftotff thm foMowtog tOQfWd*wnt§: f*iW ittfy cmott pun l$mm) 
AfnefffeeVa. 3wt9*% MowwrnrmMm, Pmppmr Jmcto Ctimmmm, Smu+tmd BMumtwootTim, %A 
PiMMM 8mucm, Qrmn Oii***, Pmppmrm, Onkxi* (prmmd or rm*) or Bmcoa. 

PATTY MELT 1/2 LB ^ •. M « .......„..:.......M2S 

Lmmn grxxjnd bmmf wMh grmmd onions, Swti* Ch+msm, A* 1 Smucm mnd Bmrwd on rym. flHPBSO^ 

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A d.actot/1 frandar afawk wilti tfrtmtd prUona and A-1 Saucm. 

PORK TENDERLOIN PATTY 

Br**d*d Pork nmtfertoei on « Kaismt RoM. On* of Donna* Fmnrtttml 

MALIBU CrnvKCN.n »••••■••■••»••••<>••«■•••• .........,...,..,,.94.99 

Tmndmr chkkmt brmmml topped with rmfimd SwOn Ch mtm mnd Ham. 

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SAN LUIS RESTAURANT & BANQUET HALL 

50 South Green Bay Rd. 
Waukegan, IL 847-244-3636 

Appetizers 

Guacamola Mrkt. Price Panchoa 77.S5.20 

Quoaadillaa $5.50 Quaaadllla da Polio $6.20 

Compuaataa $6.20 Quesadllla Fundido $6.75 

Slncronlzadaa $6.20 Nachot, add $1.00 for B—1 or Chicken .$4.20 

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Enchiladas .'....$6.75 

4 enchiladas beef, cheese on, chicken 

Enchiladas Dinner $6.95 

3 enchiladas served with rice A beans 

Burrlto Dlnnar $6.95 

3 four tortilas filled wHh beans, cheese, lettuce, 
tomato, onions, beef on chicken 

F lasts Maxfcsna $7.50 

Beef bunito, beef taco, cheese enchilada 

A bean tostada served w/rke A beans 

Enchiladas Rancharaa $6.95 

2 com tortillas filled with cheese A covered with ranchero 
sauce. Served w/beans, Quacamole A potato rounds 
Gallaia Ranch ara $7.95 

3 pieces of chicken in ranchero sauce served 
w/rice A beans 

EncnMada Sulzaa $7.75 

3 com tortillas filled with chicken A covered in a green 
tomatilto sauce. Served w/rke A beans 

Hole da GaMna $7.95 

3 pieces of chicken In a traditional mexican sauce. 
Served w/rice A beans 

EnchUadas Poblanaa $7.75 

3 com tortlBas filled with chicken A covered in 
traditional sauce. Served wmce A beans 

Gulaado da Raa $7.50 

Soft tender chunks of beef stewed to perfection. 



Enchlladaa Huaatacas $7.95 

3 tortillas stuffed with cheese, covered with ranchero 
sauce, topped with a sirloin tip steak. Served w/beans 

CtiUaa Raiianoa • $8.25 

Pobiano pepper stuffed with beet on cheese covered 
In tomato A onion sauce. Served w/rice A beans 

Combination $7.75 

Cheese enchilada, pork tamale, beef taco, beef 

tostada. Served w/rice A beans 

Btstsc a la Maxkana or Ranch aro $8.50 

Strips of sktok) tip steak simmered In a rrM sauce 

(mexicana) or Hoi sauce (ranchero). Served w/rice A beans 

Vagatar Ian Combination $7.95 

Cheese chile reHeno, cheese enchilada, A avacado 
tostada. Served w/rice A beans 

Carns da Pusrco $7.75 

Chunks of pork in m fiery red sauce. 

Served w/rice A beans 

Tostadaa $5.75 

3 fiat crisp tcrtHas layered w/beans, lettuce, tomato, onion, 

cheese A beef, chicken, mexican sausage on avacado 

Langua a la Maxlcana $7.75 

Beef tongue simmered In a mUd sauce. Served wmce A beans 

Chlmkhanga Dainsr $6.95 

Large fourtortiaa Hied wkh beans, beet stew, chicken 
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Slssk $5.25 

Maatean aauaaga $3.95 

ChllaraHano $3.75 



Chksan $3.75 

Pork $4.50 

Vogatwlan $3.50 



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Biatac San Lula 

Choice rib eye steak $10.95 

Carns Assds 

Tender skirt steak $8.95 

Tamplquafla 

Grilled skirt steak with a cheese enchilada $9.95 

PorkChopa 

Two chops served with cheese and tomato sauce . ...$6.95 



T'Bona and Taco 

Choice Tbone $1 1.95 

ParrUlada San Lula 1 

(serves 2-3) Includes t-bone, pork chops, 

skirt steak, chicken breast $19.95 

ParrUlada San Lula 2 

(serves 4-5) same as above $35.95 

Cams Aaada Combination 

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Fajltas 

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Chlefcan $9.95 Bssf $9.95 

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3 faces with your choice of filling. Served with besns *nd tree 

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Saturday 
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Monday - Friday 
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Saturday 
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Club rentals for up to 200 guests 



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VOYAGE 
STARTERS 

Oysters Rockefeller 
Baked Clams Orcganotta 
Escargot A La Skordo 
Jumbo Shrimp De Jonghe 
Captain's Platter 
Imperial Mushroom Caps 
Maryland Crab Cakes . 
Steamed Mussels 
French Fried Calamarl 
Steamed Little Necks 
Jumbo Gulf Shrimp Cocktail 

Raw Blue Point Oysters 

Raw Top Neck Clams 



Visit our website: www.doverstraits.net 

A Unique Experience 
In Seafood Dining 

Freshness Is Our Specialty 

Live Entertainment Wed-Sat 
Lunch Mon-f'ri 11 am - 3pm 

847 049 W%fk ^''y B ' ri * s P cc i a l Menu Every Day 
Q^Qo/innn Priva,c p arty Facilities For Up To 100 
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PASTA 

These entires are served nidi tossed green salad. 
Linguini Mediterranean 
Grilled Jumbo Gulf Shrimp 
Grilled Jumbo Sea Scallops 
Jumbo Shrimp and Sea Scallops 



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Imported Dover Sole 
Cold Water Lobster Tail 
Alaskan Jumbo King Crab Legs 
Whole Live Maine Lobster 
Fried Fisherman's Platter 
Bouillabaisse Marseillaise 
San Francisco's Original Cioppino 
Captain's Selection 
Imperial Stuffed Shrimp 
Maryland Crab Cakes 
Sauteed Jumbo Shrimp 
Sautecd Sea Scallops 
French Fried Shrimp 
Jumbo Shrimp de Jonge 

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Filet Mignon & Lobster Tail 

New York & Swordfish Steak 

Filet Mignon & Salmon 

New York & French Fried Shrimp 

Filet Mignon & Grilled Scallops 

Barbecued Back Ribs & French Fried Shrimp 

Breast of Chicken & Jumbo Shrimp 

Tourncdos et Crevettes 



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Atlantic Swordfish 
Atlantic Salmon 
Atlantic Flounder 
Alaskan Halibut 
Florida Grouper 
Florida Red Snapper 



Hawaiian Tuna 

Louisiana Cattish 

Lake Trout 

Walleye Pike 
Superior Whitefish 

Florida Mahi 



FOR THE 
LANDLUBBERS 

of A* dry or rice p4ef. 

Broiled Filet Mignon Ladies' Cut 

New York Strip Steak 

Broiled Lamb Chops (2 pc.) (3 pc.) 

Barbecued Back Ribs 

Veal A La Oscar 

Char-Broiled Breast of Chicken 



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Mussels Marinara $10.95 

Baked Shrimp (Italian Style) . . . $1 1.50 

Calamarl Fritti . . . . $8.95 

Baked Clams $6.95 

Stuffed Carciofl (Artichoke) $7.95 

Stuffed Funghi (Mushrooms) .. r. ...... . rsr.$Sv95 

Pan fried Zucchini . $5.25 

Antlpasto Salad '. $5.95 

Freselie ...$4.25 

Tomato Bread $5.25 

Tomato & Onions $3.95 

Soup of the Day $3.75 



Polio 



1/2 Order Ala Carte Entree 



Pasta Polio $8.50 

Roasted Chicken Italian 

(1/2 chicken or Boneless Breast) 

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Chicken Vcsuvio $10.95 

Chicken Marsala $10.95 

Pesce 



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Mostaccioli 

Baked Mostaccioli .$7.00 

Baked Lasagna $7.50 

Vermicelli Aglio Olio $5.50 

Fettucine Alfredo $8.00 

Eggplant Parmesan $7.50 

Ravioli $7.50 

Ravioli Al'forno $8. 

WithShrimp 

Linguini w/ Shrimp & Broccoli in Alfredo 

$11.95 $14.95 

Linguini w/Clam sauce •] 

Red or White $8.50 

or Creamy White Clam . . . .$8.50 
Baked Stuffed Shells Al'forno 

$8.50 

withShrimp 

Baked Stuffed Shells 

in Red Sauce $8.50 

with Sausage $9.50 



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Sausage & Peppers (uutrcd in wine Italian styk) . .$10.95 $13.95 

Pork Chop Formaggio 

or American style 

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(2 chops) .................. .....^..';.' *'* $17.95 

Strip Steak Formaggio or American style . , . .$19.95 

Tony's Breaded Steak $9.95 $12.95 

Sautecd in olive oil with sweet peppers 

Veal Scallopplnc $16.95 

Veal Marsala $16.95 

Veal Piccata $16.95 



Calamarl Fritti $10.95 $13.95 

Baked Shrimp Dinner (Italian Style) $16.95 

Baked Orange Roughy 

(With cheese, in a sherry sauce over angel hair) 

.....$9.50 $12.95 $15.95 

ZuppaDi Pesce 

(a combination of seafoods, served over pasta) 

$27.95 

All entree* terved with Italian salad, hot bread ft butter. 
. All meat dbhes aerved with aide of paala • your choke. 

Pizza 

Sorry- 
Due to the delay it causes In our kitchen, we are 

unable to serve pizza on Friday, Saturday or Sunday 

evenings. However, at any other time, If it is at all 

possible, we will be more than happy to accomodate 

you. If we cannot, we certainly appreciate your 

kindness and understanding'. 

Medium Pizza......... $13.95 

$1.00 extra per ingredient: sausage, pepperonl, 
onions, olives, mushrooms, peppers. 

Dolce 

Creme Fraiche with Rasperry Sauce $4.50 

Tiramisu $4.50 

Famous Cheesecake with Raspberry Sauce . . .$4*50 

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Salad Dressing • 10 oz. Cup $6.25 

Spaghetti Gravy - 1 Qt - $7.95 



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CAESAR SALAD-Osp Romaine Lettuce tossed w/Caesar Dressing topped wlPannesan 

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CHICKEN CAESAR SALAO-Our awesome Caesar Salad topped w/GnOed Boneiess Breast of Chicken served w/Garbc Bread... $535 
TACO SALAD-Swvod wfTaco Meat A Shredded Lettuce, topped w/Cheddar Cheese, Black Olives, Salsa A Sour Cream 

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THE DIET DIVINE-rVoiv York Strip Steak, 8- 10 ozs wICottage Cheese, Peaches A Tomato slices served with Raisin Toast. ...$7.25 
WALNUT COLD PLATE- Your choice of Tuna or Chicken Salad, Bed of Lettuce, Cottage Cheese, Peaches A Tomato slices, 

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STUFFED TOMATO- Vour choico of Tuna or Chicken Salad, Cottage Cheese, Peaches atop a bed of Fresh Lettuce. -^......-$4.95 

STUFFED CANTALOUPE (IN SEASON)-V*oor choice of Tuna or Chicken Salad, Cottage Cheese. Peaches, Fresh Lettuce.. „.$5.9S 

TRIPLE DECKER 




Sorved wICup of Soup, choice of French Fries, Cole Slaw or Onion Rings 

BACON LETTUCE A TOMATO ** 

TURKEY CLUB COMBO.. 

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N.Y. STEAK SAND WlCH-Our U.S.D. AChoice New York Strip Steak, broiled to perfection, served open face on ToasL £7.95 

SKIRT STEAK SANDWICH-A good tasting Skirt Steak broiled to order, served open face on ToasL $7.95 

BUTT STEAK SANDWICH-Our USD. ACrto/ce Butt Steak, broiled any way you like, served open face on Toast. ................. .$7.95 

PORK CHOP SANDWICH-Our confer cut Pork Chop, broiled to perfection, served open face on Toast MM ... M „ M . H .. M . — ...$5.45 

DINNER ENTREES 

Ala Carte includes: Soup or Tomato Juice or Oinner Salad, Potato or Rice, Vegetable, Rolls A Butter. 
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SHRIMP IN A BASKET $5.25 SEAFOOD PLATTER 

JUMBO SHRIMP M ... u .. .........$8.75 Perch, ScaMbps A Jumbo Shrimp 

ITALIAN 

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BAKED MOSTACCKXI W/CHEESE $6.25 CHICKEN FETTUCCttal 

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3 EGO OMELETS 

Served with American Fned Potatoes, 

Toast or Pancake. Batter A Jelty 

PLAIN OMELET 

CHEESE OMELET 

HAM A CHEESE OMELET 

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CHOPPED STEAK A 2 EGOS $5.95 

BUTT STEAK $7.75 

1 PORK CHOP A 2 EGGS $5.95 

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1 COUNTRY FRESH EGG ANY STYLE $2.25 

W/BACON. SAUSAGE. HAM OR GYROS $3.25 

2 COUNTRY FRESH EGG ANY STYLE $2.S5 

W/BACON. SAUSAGE. HAM OR GYROS $3.65 

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PANCAKES 

GOLDEN BROWN PANCAKE'. $3.25 

W/BACON. SAUSAGE OR HAM $4.45 

CHERRY PANCAKES $4.45 

BLUEBERRY PANCAKES $4.45 

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SILVER DOLLAR PANCAKES ...:.T.....1...:..T..!:.$3.25 

BELGIUM WAFFLES 

WAFFLE. OUR SPECIAL BATTER $3.95 

W/BACON. SAUSAGE OR HAM.... .'..$4.95 

STRAWBERRY OR BLUEBERRY WAFFLE $4.95 

ESKIMO WAFFLE $5.25 

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(Ham. Cheeee. Muahrooma. Pappara & Oniona) 
ABOVE OMELETS WITH CHEESE 50 CENTS EXTRA 
EACH ADOmONAL INGREDIENT 90 CENTS EXTRA 

FRENCH TOAST A CREPES 

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CORNED BEEF HASH — ..~ — ............$2.75 

TOASTED PECAN ROIL ......:..^:.:. M . $1.75 

EGO BEATERS 

ISLAND CAFE MAKES YOUR FAVORITE BREAKFAST WITH A 
LOW CHOLESTEROL EGG SUBSTITUTE. ENJOY YOUR 
FAVORITE SELECTION - .75 cente EXTRA 



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BAKED BRIE 

Soft riponod chooso wroppod In a pastry sholl sorvod floating In a raspborry sauco 
$6.95 

GRILLED PORTABELLO MUSHROOM 

tortabollo mushroom marinolod In garlic, balsamic Vinogar thon lightly gnllod 
Accompanlod by foast points & bluo choose $6.95 

ISLAND CITRUS SHRIMP EN PAPILLOTE 

Plump Gulf shrimp bakod In parchmont papor with swoot citrus butter, plneapplo, 
and cilantro. garnished by frosh limo and oranges $9.95 

LOUISIANA CRAB CAKES 

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Icod baby shrimp folded In flour tortillas with Chlffonade of romalno, pinoapplo satsa 

and rod poppor chutnoy $7.95 

ESCARGOT IN THE SHELL $6.95 

SEAFOOD Incfudos your cholco of Houso Sotod or Soup ot tho Day 

LOUISIANA CRAB CAKES 

Four tantalizing crab cakos grillod Just right. Accompanlod by zosty vodka dip. rk:o 

pllaf and citrus segmonts — $19.95 

SALMON WELLINGTON 

Fresh filet of Norwegian salmon wTappod In puff pastry shofl with lemon, tarragon 
reduction and duxeno. Accompanied by lemon bur Blanc and parsley potatoes. . 
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Succutont Gulf shrimp lightly saut6ed In virgin olrvo oil with pearl onions, button mush- 
rooms, tomatoes, garlic and fresh basil. Served nestlod In a bed of penno pasta . . 
$18.95 

WHITEFISH GENEVA 

Flaky Not of whlteftsh rotted In crushed walnuts and lightly saufoed In wholo butter. 

Garnished with honey brandy glazo, fresh lemon and parsley potatoes $14.95 



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Winemaker's Dinners 
Nov. 28 - Reserve NOW 



Executive Chef John Lynd brings 
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Grand Avenue at Nippersink Blvd. • Downtown Fox Lake 

Resevatios • 847-587-0360 



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CHICKEN PROVENCALE 

Tondor broast of chicken lightly floured and saut6ed in virgin olrvo al with gone poari 
onions, button mushrooms, stowed tomatoes, and frosh basrt Sorved rosting on a bod 
of blended fottuccino $14.95 

ROAST DUCK 

Half a young duckling, roasted to perfection Accompanlod by rlco pilaf, raspberry 

and sauce natural $17.95 

PESTO PENNE PASTA 

El Dento ponno pasta tossed In virgin oirve oil with pesto gonovese and Julienne 
portabollo mushroom * $12.95 

CHICKEN MARYLAND 

Brooded broast o( chicken sauleod with bacon and pearl onions Served floating in 
a Ught cream choose sauco with frosh Julienne vogotoblos and parsley potatoes . 
$14.95 



LE BLANC DU POULET 

Modaillons of chicken sauteod In ChobtiJ wlno with artichoke hoarts and button 
mushrooms. Accompanlod by rlco pllaf and shoostrings of look and carrots $15.95 

PASTA FIRENZA 

TrIColorod rotinl fossod with soasonablo vogotoblos. Grillod poppors and artichoke 
hoarts In virgin olivo oil and balsamic vinegar Garmshod with chlffonado of frosh basil 
and roasted garlic $13.95 

FETTUCCINE ALFREDO 

Blondod fottuccino lossod in Alfrodo sauco with cracked black poppor and 
Parmesan chooso f-«mcft<»(*irwyBfaWSJn)irtfnirmr)(>:»JW«; $11.95 

STEAK & CHOPS 

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TWIN PETITE FILET MIGNON 

Two 4 ounco Medallions of tho most tondor of all steaks. Charbroiiod to your desire 

Sorvod rosting on Crouts do Cardinal with Morlot doml glaco and frosh vegetables 

; s... $20.95 

NEW YORK STRIP STEAK 

Sixfoon ouncos of Amorico's favorito stoak. Chorbrotled to lock In ail tho flavor 

Topped with shoostrings of looks and carrots $21.95 

SMOTHERED PORK CHOP 

A twotvo ounco portorhouso cut pork chop bakod In a high hoat oven. Smothered 
with Julienne vogotoblos. Garlic and crocked block poppor. Do-gkHod wtth voal 
stock and white wlno. thon sorvod steaming hot with all tho Juices $17.95 

GRAND FILET MIGNON 

Tho aristocrat of steaks. Garnished with Meriot demi glaco and frosh vogolablo . . 
$23.95 

GRILLED RIBEYE 

A plump and Juicy 12 ounco riboyo. grillod to perfection Served with horseradish 

sauco. shoestring of look and carrots $18.95 

STEAK INCOGNITO 

Trlmmod strip steak marinated in Di|on mustorg, then pan seared with button mush- 
rooms and shallots in brondiod cream Accompantod by julienne vegetables and 
grilled scaDions $19.95 

CHAR BROILED PORTERHOUSE CUT PORK CHOP 

Accompanied by Fresh Vegetables and Shoostrings of leek and Carrots . , $16.95 

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THE STACKER 

Charbforfed boof tonderkxa portabollo mushroom and roast poppors tayerod with 
frosh greens on sltcod Italian broad. Sorved with Ranch dressing for d'ppng. $1 1.95 

GARLIC PORTABELLO BAGUETTE 

A healthy portabollo mushroom marinatod in balsamic vinegar with garlic southed 
In white wine, then foppod with caramotued onions and bourstn choose .... $8.95 

IN A MINUTE INCOGNITO 

Trimmed Now York strip steak marinated m Dijon mustard. Flash gnllod to perfection. 

Served opon faced on French bread with caromoitfod onions $10.95 

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SAN DIEGO WAY 

One half pound of 100% American boot, toppod with fresh alfalfa sprouts, sliced 
tomato, shaved Bermuda onion and avocado Sorved on a frosh onion roll with Swiss 
and Cheddar choose Picante sauco on the side $8.95 

AMERICAN DREAM 

Tondor and |u*cy one half pound of 100% American beef sorvod on an onion roll 
Accompanlod by frosh bibb lettuce and sliced tomato . . $6.95 Add sliced choose 
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Appetizers 

Calanuri 6.25 

Saganakl 5.95 

Shrimp dc Johnge 6.50 

Shrimp Cocktail 5.95 

French Fried Mushrooms 1.00 

French Fried Mozzarella Slicks 4.95 

VWiigS (Hoi or Super Hoi) 5.95 

Mixed Vegetable Basket 6.25 

Basket of French Fries 2.50 

Chicken Fingers 5.25 

Onion Rings 3.00 

Poppers 5.25 

Sandwiches 

All Sandwiches are sertvd uilh a cup of Iximemade soup and 

fivnch fries. 
Gyros 5.25 

Homemade Gyros In Pita itith tomato, onion anil sjiecial 
sauce on the side. 

Wrap It Up 4.95 

Pita bread urapjied uith your choice of ham and Swiss 

cheese. 

Beef and American Cheese 5.25 

Chicken Breast 5.95 

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Juicy burner smotlnred uith grilled unions and American 
cheese an grilled rye bread. 

French Dip .5.95 

Piles of beef on a toasted garlic french rolls uith lots of 
mozzarella cheese and Juice far dipping. 

Italian Sausage 5.25 

Spicy sausage smothered In grillett onion and green pepper 
or red sauce and mozzarella clreese on a toasted french 
roll 

Combo 6.50 

Italian beef and sausage, sauteed mushrooms, onions and 
peppers, topped uith mozzarella cheese. 

BBQ Beef 5.95 

Our siHxinl IIHQ sauce trill tang in your mouth with thin 
slices of beef hanging out all ot +rf 

Tuna Mel! .5.25 

Tim big scoops of fresh tuna salad on r>v bread, grilled 

open face uith tomato and American cheese. 
Tuna Salad Sandwich 4.75 

Always fresh. Available on white, ijv, uirole wheat or toast- 
. edfrench wit. 

Chicken Breast Sandwich \ 5.95 

Uroiled skinless breast, blackened. Mediterranean or bread- 
I ed and deep fried an a toasted hun. 

Grilled Cheese - 3.75 

With Bacon or Ham 4.75 

Both served with American or Swiss on r>%\ whole wheat or 
white bread 

Monte Cristo 5.25 

Thin slices of ham and turkey grilled with Swiss cheese on 

special bread. 

Sliced Turkey .4.75 

\hur choice of bread or ttMsl. 

Reuben * • •■•■# •■*••••• *.•••••* • • x^o 

On dark rye uith our homemade sauce. 



IILT 4.50 

Crisp baton, lettuce and tomato on whole wheat, rjv or 
white. 

Fish Sandwich 4.50 

Tender fish filet with crunchy bread crumb coaling, fried 
golden bnrten with American clreese. 

Open Face Hot Beef Sandwich 6.50 

Butt Steak Sandwich 7.25 

Tender butt on limited garlic roll uith drake offtotatn 
Sauteed mushrooms and grilled onions on nu/uest. 












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Kids Only 10 & under 

Served with Cup of Soup, French Fries or Grips 

Pizza Pita 3.75 

Grilled Cheese 2.75 

Gyros Sandwich 4.75 

Hamburger 3.75 

Fish Sandwich 3.75 

Spaghetti (No Potato) 3.75 

Chicken Fingers 4.75 

With Salad Bar 1.25 extra 






Salads 

Salad Uar 4.95 

Vegetarian Salad 5.95 

Sliced musbrttoms, onions, freppers, tomatoes, cucumtrers 
and otlivs on a tossed green salad. 

Shrimp Salad 7.95 

Jumbo add shrimp on top ofcrisfry lettuce. 

Julienne Salad 6.95 

Julienne of cheese, Inim, turkey, hard butted eggs, tomato, 
cue u miter, mixed greens & drake of dressing. 

Greek Salad 6.75 

leta cheese, anclnwles, greek olivet, mixed greens, raw 

anion, cucumlnrs and Grecian dressing. 

Chicken Urcast Salad 6.95 

Silent skinless chlckvn breast, grilled and set on lop of fresh 
greens and chefs garnish. 
Low Calorie Plate , 6.95 

drilled skinless chicken breast uilh low fat cottage cheese 
and chefs gandsh. 

Salad Uar with Sandwich 2.50 

Soups 
Homemade Daily 

Bowl 1.50 Cup 1.00 

The Bigger, Better Burgers! 

All of our Hurgers are sereeit wlthfrench or cottage fries, 
lettuce, tomato, /tickle and a cup of Homemade Soupf 
1/2 Lh.llurger 5.25 

Small llurger ' 4.50 

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. Flxtrti Toppings 

American cheese, Cheddar, Swiss, Mozzarella 25 

Tela ..I..... •••••...•*.. ...*•• ••••• ••/ j 

Ham and Bacon ..75 

Mushroom, Olive 50 



A little of Trance sertvtl trot or cold Uith ftvnch fries or cottage 

fries and a cup of soup 

Broiled or Fried Chicken Breast 6.25 

Roast Beef and Mozzarella Cheese 5.95 

Turkey and Swiss Cheese ' 5.75 

Ham anil American Cheese 5.75 

Tuna and Cheese 5.95 

Clubs 

Sertvtl uith cup of soup and frvnch fries on ulrole wheat or 

white. 

Turkey 5.95 

B.LT. 5.95 

Tuna 5.95 

Ham and Cheese 5.95 

Roast Beef and Cheese 6.25 

Steaks and Stuff 

All our dinners are sitiiy/ uilh soup and salad, fegetable and 
Choice ofimtata Mushrooms or Onion Rings on Request 75 € 

New York Strip Steak 1 1.95 

Always juicy and cooked to your liking. 

Butt Steak $11.25 

Wm'll know unce you've tried our butt, 

WIS BUTTS FOR )VUf 
Filet Mlgnon 16.95 

So tender, It uill melt in your mouth. 9 

Lamb Chops . . . ., 14.75 

One Inch thick and mouth watering! 

Chopped Steak 8.95 

Where's tire bt*y? Here's tire Invf A whole pound of it 
smotheml uith sauteed mushrxrorns and grilled onion. 

• Our I en tier cltops are prepuml just rlghl. 

TRY Til EM, BLXCKENED! 

Roast Beef Dinner .9.50 

BBQ Pork Chops 10.50 

Tangy IIHQ sauce on our pvrk clxips. 

Liver .8.95 

Tender baby cahvs Hrer, lightly bmuted and grilled to /ter- 
fectlon, uilh bacon or grilled onions. . 

Chicken Breast Plate 8.95 

Haz. skinless chicken breast broiled with a fete spices, uilh 
rice pllaf. Also available blackened or cajunl 

Veal Cuilct 8.25 

Lightly breaded and deep fried uilh gravy 

EVERYWHERE! 

Surf 8c Turf Kabohs 1 1.50 

Chunks of steak and our sea shrimp on u slick uilh onion. 
fH-pper and tomato, grillett to perfixtlon. 

B.B.Q. Ribs 

Full Slab 13.50 

Half Slab 9.50 



' Ribs Combos 

Ribs & Chicken 1 1.95 

Ribs & Scallops 12.95 

Ribs St Lobster 15.95 

Ribs St Shrimp ....". .10.95 



International Dishes 

It's Greek to Me 



Sertxtt uilh small Cirtvk Salad, Soup, and rice on potato I 

Gyros Plate 8.95 | 

Chicken or Beef ShishKaboh 8,75- 

Baked Greek Chicken 8.75 ■ 

Greek Style Lamb Chops 15.95 | 

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"ALL U CAN EAT SPECIALS" I 

TUES. & TI1UK. CHAD LEGS I 

1*K!. ••••••• • •••• .riuii ri\i |i 

FRl., SAT. & SUN BBQ RIBS & PRIME RIB | 

ALL SPECIALS INCLUDE SOUP AND SALAD UAR | 



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Chop Chop Oriental 



Steak 

Butt Steak St Shrimp 10.50 

Butt Steak St Stuffed Shrimp 1 1.50 

Bull Steak St Lobster 14,95 

Filet St Lobster Tall . % .22.95 



That's Italian 

Served with garlic bread, soup, and salad 

Spaghetti 7.95 a 

Chicken Parmesan 9.50 ■ 

Veal Parmesan 9.50 | 

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Stir Fry Beef ....." ." 9.50 ■ 

Stir Fry Chicken .' 9.95 J 

Stir Fry Shrimp 10.95 I 

Vegetarian Stir Fry , 7.95 | 

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Things From The Sea I 

Ask about our catcb of the day. J 

>bw can request lUacktned, Cajun. fimlled uith lemon butter | 

on Pun Fried 1 

Twin LobsicrTails 20.95 ■ 

Tender and meet tails, uith tots of butter and lemon | 
Delicious! I 

Shrimp dejohnge . . .12.95 J 

for you xartic knrri! tots of shrimp serted over rice % covered I 

uith garlic loaf I 

Scallops dejohnge 12.95 J 

tbryvu scallop loters! I 

Onnge Roughy 10.95 | 

Try your fish blackened, cajun, bnriled uith lemon butter or m 
•pan fried. ■ 

Cajun Catfish 10.95 | 

filet prepared uith cajun spices just enough to make you m 
sweat! ' 

Walleye 11.95 | 

Tender filet prepared to your liking, Uroiled, Hlackened, or | 
/fan fried ' 

Shrimp Samples 12.95 | 

7\eo jumbo f rem h fried shrimp, tuv stuffed shrimp and four I 
shrimp tie johttge or caju n. J 

Stuffed Shrimp 10.25 I 

SluJJi'd uilh crabmeat and spices, deep fried till golden ! 

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bnrten. . 

Jumbo Fried Shrimp • . .9.95 I 

Ati d ue mean jumbo! Six tightly breaded and tleep fried till I 
golden bnrten. • 

Broiled Fisherman's Combo ; .16.75 1 

5 oz. lobster tall, bay scallops and jumbo shrimp broiled In I 
lemon butter. • ■ 

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Memorial services wns held Oct. 13 nt the 
Cnlvnry Presbyterian Church, Hound Lake with tlic 
Hev. Lisle 1. Knuffmnn officiating. Interment was pri- 
vate. The Strang Funeral Chapel and Crematorium 
Ltd.. Grayslakc, was entrusted with the funeral 
arrangements. 

Kathleen 'Kathy' M. Price 
(nee Jones) 

Age 39 of Hound Lake Beach passed away 
Thursday; Oct. 1 J, 2001 at her residence. 

She leaves her loving husband, Michael D. 
Price, whom she wed June 7, 1985 in Round Lake; a 
daughter, Candace Pricc-McKlnney of Antloch; a 
son, Donald Price-Jones of Round Lake; her mother, 
Linda Jones of Round Like; her grandson; and other 
relatives. 

Memorial services were held Oct. 14 at the 
Strang Funeral Chapel and Crematorium Ltd,, 
Grayslakc with the Rev. Lisle J. Kauffman of the 
Calvary Presbyterian Church of Round Lake officiat- 
ing. Interment was privately held. Friends of the 
family visited at the funeral chapel until the time of 
services. Memorials may be given to the family in 
memory of Kathy. 

Cresenciana S. Alomo 

Age GO of Haincsvillc, passed away Thursday, 
Oct. 4, 2001 at her residence. 

She leaves her husband, Jose Alonzo; children, 
Ramon (Melly) Alonzo, Angelina (Benjamin) Iligan, 
Herky Alonzo, Rosauro (Beth) Alonzo, VVilfredo 
(Amelia) Alonzo, Rcnato (May) Alonzo, Ted 
(llaydcc) Alonzo, Joel (JoAnn) Alonzo and the late 
Isaganl Alonzo; grandchildren and other relatives. 

Mass of Christian Burial was held Oct. 8 at St. 
Joseph Catholic Church in Round Lake. Interment 
was followed at Ascension Cemetery in Llbertyville. 
Friends of the family visited at the Strang Funeral 
Chapel and Crematorium Ltd., Grayslakc on Oct. 6 

and 7. 

William 'BUT Albright 

Age H5 of Gurnec, died Sunday, Oct. 7, 2001 at 
his home. 

Hill is survived by his wife of 59 years, Charlotte 
(nee Jensen); a son, James (Jean) Albright of 
Johnsburg; a daughter, Barbara (Charles) Burba of 
Naperville; five grandchildren; two great grand 
daughters; and other relatives. 

Visitation and funeral services were held Oct. 
1 1 at the Gurnce-Salata Funeral Home, with Rev. Dr. 

Gehl Devore officiating the services. Private inter- 
ment was held at North Shore Garden of Memories, 
North Chicago. Donations to Condcll Health Care 
Foundation-Hospice In Hill's memory would be 
appreciated. 

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Marian F. Waters (nee Hoffman) 

Age 72 of Waukcgan, died Monday, Oct. 0, 2001 
at her home. 

Marian Is survived by her husband of 50 years, 
Robert; a sister, Pauline Rctzinger of Quincy, 

Funeral Mass was held Oct. 10 at Queen of 
Peace Church, North Chicago. Visitation was held at 
the church until time of Mass. Donations in her 
memory should be made to the Hospice of the 
North Shore, Evanston. Funeral arrangements were 
entrusted to the Salata Funeral Home, Gurnee. 

Eliza D. Ramsey 

Age 81 of Lindenhurst, passed away on 
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2001 at her home at Sunrise 



Assisted Living In Buffalo Grove. 

She is survived by her children, Fran (Bob) 
Puchli of Lindenhurst and Patricia (Robert) 

Inslcrman of Snrnnac Lake, NY; Iter grandchildren 
and her sisters. 

Memorial visitation and service was held Oct. 
1 1 at the RInga Funeral Home, Uke Villa with Rev. 
Lisle J. Kauffman officiating. Graveside services 
were held Oct. 13 at the Maplcwood Cemetery In 
Wilson, NC. Memorials may be given to the 
American Cancer Society, Lake County Units, 777 
Central Ave,, Highland Park, I L 60035. 

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Leonard W. Schultz 

Age 84, a resident of Fox Uke, died Oct. 10, 2001 
at St.Theresc Medical Center in Waukegan. On June 
7, he was united in marriage to Winona V. (nee 
Hagcn). 

Survivors include his son, Alan Schultz of Fox 
Lake; three daughters, Barbara (Tom) Corcoran of 
Fox Lake, Patricia (David) Gilbert, lohnsburg, and 
Jacqueline (Jack) Shoblom, Uke Villa; 15 grandchil- 
dren; 12 great grandchildren and other relatives. He 
is preceded in death by his wife, Winona on Oct. 24, 
1992. 

Friends of the family visited Oct. 14 at the K. K. 
Hamshcr Funeral Home Ltd., Fox Lake (The Chapel 
on the Uke). Funeral Mass was held at St. Bede 
Catholic Church In Inglesidc. Interment was at 
Grant Cemetery, Inglesidc. Memorials to the family 
would be appreciated. 

Virgil C. Naese 

Age 78 of Kankakee, died Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2001 
at the Riverside Medical Center, Kankakee. On Aug. 
3, 1953, he married Delores Krueger In Charleston, 
SC. 

' Survivors include his wife, Delores Naese, 
Kankakee; four sons, Larry (Conny) Madsen of 
Bloomington, Donald (Connie) Naese of Kankakee, 
Lester (Greta) Naese of Chebanse, and John 
(Barbara) Naese of Philo; 8 grandchildren; three 
great grandsons and other relatives. 

Visitation was held Oct. 11, at the Knapp 
Funeral Home in Clifton. Funeral services were held 
Oct. 12 at the Zion Lutheran Church in Chebanse 
with Rev. Kene Whybrew of Chebanse officiating. 
Interment was at Evergreen Cemetery in Chebanse. 
Memorials may be given to the Zion Lutheran 
Church and School, Chebanse. 

Barbara A* Coulombe 

Age 65 of Llbertyville, passed away Tuesday, 
Oct. 9, 2001 at Condell Medical Center in 
Llbertyville. 

Surviving are three children, Robert Smith of 
Chicago, Pamela Sheldon of Llbertyville and 
Michelle (Randy) Madrigal of Harden; her grand 
daughter and a brother. She is preceded In death by 
her husband, Richard on May 21, 1977. 

Funeral services were held Oct. 11 at the 
* Burnett-Dane Funeral Home, Llbertyville with Rev. 
John T. Noga, officiating. Interment followed at 
Ascension Cemetery in Llbertyville. 

Jeanette G. Dalziel 

Age 79 of Round Lake Beach, died Saturday, 
Oct. 13, 2001 at Rosewood Care Center in 
Northbrook. She was born March 20, 1922 in 
Chicago, the daughter of John and Althea (nee 
Howard) DeSeager. She had been a resident of the 
Round Lake area for the past 15 years. Previously 

employed by Frederick Ryder Advertising Co., she 
worked as a receptionist for many years. She attend- 
ed Calvary Presbyterian Church of Round Lake. 
She Is survived by her daughter, Mary Lou 



(Robert) Peltcrec of Fort Myers Beach, Fla.; her son, 
Randy Cooley of Waukegan; three grandchildren, 
Rick (Kathy) Morris of Coral Springs, Fla., John 
Lucas of Antloch, and Daniel Lucas of Round Lake 
Park; and two great-grandchildren, Ryan Lucas and 
Rickey Morris. She Is preceded In death by her hus- 
band, Earl "Corkcy" Dalziel; and her parents. 
Visitation was Oct. 18 at Justcn's Round Lake 
Funeral Home, Round Lake. The memorial service 
was held Oct. 18 at the funeral home with Rev. Lisle 
J. Kauffman officiating. Interment was private for 
the family. Memorials would be appreciated by the 
family to the Greater Round Lake Area Fire 
Protection District, 409 W. Nlpperslnk Rd., Round 
Uke, I L 60073. 

Alvina C. Zamora 

Age 61 of Round Uke Beach, died Saturday, 
Oct. 13, 2001 at St. Therese Medical Center in 
Waukegan, She was born April 23, 1940 In Morris 
Ranch, Tex. to Jesus and Leonor (Garcia) Casarez. On 
March 2, 1999, she married Jose Zamora in San 
Benito, Tex. Mrs. Zamora resided In Round Uke 

Beach since 1967, moving from Long Grove, For over 
20 years, she was employed as a counselor for the 
Illinois Migrant Council in Woodstock. She was a 
member of the Church of Christ in Vernon Hills, Mrs. 
Zamora especially enjoyed cooking and organizing 
family functions. 

Survivors include her husband, Jose; her daugh- 
ters, Mary (Sergio) Lopez of Mundeleln, Sylvia 
(Ansclmo) Silva of Round Lake, Cynthia (Arthur) 
Zamora of Round Uke; her sons, Phillip Lopez and 
Ruben (Raquel) Lopez; her father, Jesus Casarez of 
Round Uke Beach; 13 grandchildren, Joey, Amy 
Monica, Miguel, Brenda, Lupe, Uura, Veronica, 

Ruben, Sergio Jr., Crystal, Melissa, and Alex; one great 
grandchild, Joshua; her sisters, Anita (Bob) 
Benavidcz of Round Uke, Ruth (Kim) Denny of 
Grayslakc, and Frances Valadez of Graystake; her 
brothers, Jesus (Nellie) Casarez Jr. of HInes City, Fla., 
Josue (Essy) Casarez of Hanover Park, Eliseo (Belen) 
Casarez of Round Uke Beach, and Rocky (Jessica) 
Casarez of Round Uke Beach; 23 nieces and 
nephews. She Is preceded in death by her mother, a 
brother, Cruz Casarez; and her niece, Christine 
Palacfos. 

Visitation was held Oct. 16 at Justen's Round 
Uke Funeral Home, Round Uke. The funeral service 
was held Oct. 16 at the funeral home with Armando 
Vasquez will be officiating. Interment was In Avon 
Centre Cemetery in Grayslakc on Oct. 17. Memorials 
would be appreciated to the Zamora family. 

Alice Lee Challandes 

Age 63 of Pekin, died Sunday, Oct. 14, 2001 at 
Hallmark House Nursing Center. She was born June 
8, 1938 in Jacksonville to Leonard Wayne and Gladys 
Golda Miner Brltenstine. She married Ervln 
Challandes on June 30, 1956 In Peoria. A homemak- 
er, she was a Udy Noble of the Mohammed Temple 
Shrine and was a member of Udles' Council of ' 
Engineers In Peoria. She was a former member of 
the Order of the Eastern Star. 

Surviving are her husband: two daughters, Rita 
(Thomas) Long of Gumeeand Dora (Jim) Payne of 
Tremont; five' grandchildren; and three brothers, 
Kenneth (Carol) Brltenstine of Omaha, Neb., 
Thomas (Lou) Britensllne of Springfield and Fred 

(Carole) Brltenstine of Vlrden. He Is preceded In 
death by one brother, Harold Britensllne. 

Visitation was Oct. 17 at the Preston-Hanley 
Funeral Home, Pekin chapel. 

Entombment services were Oct. 17 at Glendale 
Memorial Gardens Mausoleum In Pekin, with Rev. 
Joel Gray officiating. Memorial contributions may 



be made to OSF St. Francis Hospice. 

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Frances D. Rugiero * 

Age 63 of RoundLakc Park, passed away at her 
home Oct. 14,2001. 

She Is survived by her husband of 46 years, 
John; six children, Marcella of Round Lake Park, 
John (Sandy) of Hoffman Estates, Michael (Nancy) 
of TVrin Ukes, Wis., Angellne (Dan) of Sayvjlle, NY, 
Kathleen CDoug) of Oswego, George (Carrie) of 

Oswego; grandmother of 1 6 and a sister. 

Friends called Oct. 16 at the Symonds-Ukes 
Funeral Home, Grayslakc with services officiated by 
Rev. Chris Fox. 

Anna M. Sigmund 

Age 65 of Forest Uke, died Oct. 12, 2001 at 
Cuba Township. She was born Aug. 24, 1936 In 
Odcsa, Russia. 

Survivors include her husband, Eugen; children 
John, Walter (Michelle), and Diana (Bob) Tengesdal; 
grandchildren, Kimberley, Eric, and Thomas, Erika 
and Julia; sister of Wendelin (Bertha) Gelzenllchter, 
Ton! (Resi) Gelzenllchter and Frieda (Dieter) 
Kornau; many nieces and nephews. 
Visitation will be at St. Francis deSales Church, 1 1 S. 
Bueschlng Rd., Uke Zurich from 9:15 a.m. until 
time of Memorial Mass at 10 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 27. 
Interment will be private. 

Arrangements were entrusted to Ahlgrim & 
Sons Funeral Home, Uke Zurich. 

Memorial donations can be given to: American 
Red Cross, 1 1 1 E. Wacker Dr., Suite 200, Chicago, IL 
60601. 

Michael E. Lamp! Jr. 

Age 17 of Rouncf Lake Beach, died Saturday, 
Oct. 13, 2001 at Lutheran General Hospital in Park 
Ridge. He was bom Aug. 28, 1984 in Libcrtyville to 
Michael Sr. and Debra S. (Howland) Umpl. Michael 
was raised and educated In Round Uke Beach, and 
was In his junior year at Round Uke High School. 
His area of interest in school was art studies, with 
plans to pursue further art studies after graduating 
from high school. He was an avid participant in high 
school sports activities involving football, basket* 
ball, and baseball. He was in his third year of 

Panther football, and held the position of starting 
quarterback. Michael was a member of the 
Community Protestant Church UCC of Mundelein. 

Survivors include his mother, Debbie Umpi of 
Round Uke Beach; his father, Michael (Uura) 
Umpi Sr. of Albuquerque, NM; a sister, Erin Umpi, 
a student at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb; 
his maternal grandmother, Mildred (Bill) Holden of 
Sebring, Fla.; his paternal grandmother, Jean (Steve) 
Geczy of Grayslakc; aunts and uncles, Dennis 
(Mary) Howland of Bedford, MA., Donna (Robert ) 
Lorch of Hoffman Estates, Steve (Julie) Umpl of 
Park Ridge, Penny (Dave) DeRose of Algonquin, 
Sandy (Pete) Vallejo of Tennessee; and two special 
cousins, Madeline and Emily Lorch. He is preceded 
In death by his maternal grandfather, Harold 
Howland; and his paternal grandfather, Mike 
Umpl. 

Visitation was held from 4-9 p.m., Oct. 17 at 
Justen's Round Uke Funeral Home, Round Uke. 
The funeral service was held 11 a.m., Oct. 18 at 
Community Protestant Church UCC of Mundelein, 
Mundelein. Prior to the funeral service, visitation 
was held at the church at 10 a.m. until the time of 
service. Interment was private. 

Memorials would be appreciated to the 
Michael Umpl Jr. Memorial Fund c/o Debbie 

Umpi, First State Bank of Round Uke, 1777 N, 
Cedar Uke Rd„ Round Uke Beach, IL 60073. 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION III, ) 

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Plaintilf, 

v. 
DAVID W. BRISON, LAURENT. BRISON, 
NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS. UNKNOWN, 
TENANTS, AND UNKNOWN OWNERS, 

Defendants(s). 



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PUBLICATION NOTICE 

The requisite affidavit tor publication having been filed, notice is hereby given to 
you: NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS, UNKNOWN TENANTS and UNKNOWN OWN- 
ERS, Defendants In the above entitled suit, that said suit has been commenced in the 
Circuit Court ol LAKE County, Chancery Division, by the said Plaintiff, against you 
and other Defendants, praying for Foreclosure of a certain Real Estate Mortgage, 
conveying the premises described as follows, to wit: 

LOT 31 IN BLOCK 164 IN VENETIAN VILLAGE, UNIT NUMBER 18, BEING 
A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE WEST HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST 
QUARTER OF SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, RANGE 10, EAST OF 
THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, AND PART OF THE SOUTHEAST 
QUARTER OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, RANGE 10, EAST OF 
THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, 
RECORDED OCTOBER 31, 1955, AS DOCUMENT NUMBER 886974. IN 
BOOK 33 OF PUTS, PAGE 59, IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 
Tax Number: 06-01-304-007 
commonly known as 2406 EAST GRAND AVENUE, LINDENHURST, ILLINOIS 
60046; and which said Real Estate Mortgage was made by DAVID W. BRISON AND 
LAUREN T. BRISON, and recorded in the Office of the LAKE County Recorder ol 
Deeds as Document Number 4552027; that summons was duly issued out ol the said 
court against you as provided by law, and that the said suit Is now pending. 

Now therefore, unless, you the said named Defendants, file your answer to the 
Complaint in the said suit or otherwise make your appearance therein, in the Office 
ol the Circuit Court of LAKE County, located at 18 NORTH COUNTY STREET, 
WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS 60085, on or before the lsj day of November 2QQ1 , default 
may be entered against you at any time after that day and a Judgment entered in 
accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. 




THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A "OEBT COLLECTOR" (15 USC 1692a) 

M.A. Christine Lyons (xB003) 

Vanessa E. Seller (xB006) 

Michael Babio <x8008) 

LAW OFFICES 

LAWRENCE FRIEDMAN, RC. - 03532 

19 South USUI* Street - 10th Floor 

Chicago, Illinois 60603 

(312)977-8000 

1001A-4294-GL 

October 5. 2001 
October 12,2001 
October 19, 2001 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

BID NOTICE 

WOODLAND C.C. SCHOOL DISTRICT 50 

17370 W. GAGES LAKE ROAD, GAGES LAKE, IL 60030 

The Woodland C.C. School District 50 Board of Education will accept sealed bids 
for diesel fuel to be delivered to 17371 W. Gages Uke Road on a monthly basis for a 
fleet ol (1 14) school buses. Bids will be accepted until 10:00 a.m., November 6, 2001. 

A detailed specification for fuel requirements can be obtained at the District's 
Business Office, 7080 Washington Street, Gurnee, IL 60031. Contact Mr. Robert 

Leonard at (847) 856-3575. 

The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any bid for failure to comply with 
all the requirements of this notice or any of the bid documents; however, it may waive 
any minor delects or informalities at its discretion. 

The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to award a 
contract which, in its judgment, is tin the best interest ol the School Board District. 

1001C-4310-GEN 

October 19, 2001 



PUBUC NOTICE 


STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 




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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH 


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 


IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF ) 


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JOSE A. GALAN > 




Petitioner ) 




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Gen. No. 01 D 1233 


DAMARIS GALAN ) 


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Respondent ) 





PUBLICATION NOTICE 

The requisite Affidavit for publication having been filed, notice Is hereby given to 
you, Damarls Galan, Respondent herein, that a Petition has been filed In the Circuit 
Court of Lake County Illinois, by the Petitioner for Dissolution ol Marriage and for you, 
Damaris Galan, Respondent, to file your appearance to said Petition or otherwise 
make your appearance therein, in the office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lake 
County, .18 North County Street Waukegan Illinois, on or before the 2nd day of 
November. 2001; a failure to so file your appearance or respond will cause an order 
of default to be entered against you at any time after the above date; following the 
entry of any default a judgment for dissolution of marriage in accordance with the 
prayer of the. Petition may be entered. 

September 21 2001 Sally D. Coflett, Clerk of the Circuit Court 

Prepared by: 
Ronald E. Griesheimer 
Griesheimer & Associates 
321 Grand Avenue 
Waukegan, IL 60085 

0901D-4281-GL 

September 28. 2001 

October 5, 2001 

October 12, 2001 

October 19, 2001 

October 26, 2001 



PUBUC NOTICE 

. Fort Hainesvllle 

158W.BelvWere 

Hainesvllle, IL 60030 

223-4244 

The contents of storage unit outsjde 
rented by pon Fiorino will be sold on 
10~3Q-qi for delinquent rent. The con- 
tents are 9 cars, 

1001C-4311-GL 
October 19,2001 
October 26, 2001 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: UfeStyie 4-U 
NATURE/PURPOSE: Sell Herbalife 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 400 
Clearview, Lake villa, IL 60046, (847) 
356-9281 . 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING Audra Fak, 
400 Clearview Ln, Uke Villa, IL 
60046,(847)356-9281. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY Of LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the under- 
signed Intend(s) to conduct the above 
named business from the tocation(8) 
indicated and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/a/ Audra Fak September 21, 2001 
The foregoing instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 24rd day of September 
2001. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ vemette L Hon 

NotaryPublic 

Received: Sep 26, 2001 

WWard R. Hetander 

Lake County Oerts 

1001A-42894V 

October 5, 2001 

October 12, 2001 

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PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Network Help 
Desk 

NATURE/PURPOSE: Computer 
Business 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 26078 W. 
Mallard Ave., Antioch, IL 60002, (847) 
338-5764. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING Christine 
Pierce, 26078 W. Mallard Ave., 
Antioch, IL 60002, (847) 338-5764. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the under- 
signed intend(s) to conduct the above 
named business from the location(s) 
indicated and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. . 
is/ Christine Pierce 
September 26, 2001 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
sons) intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 17th day of Sept. 2001. 



OFFICIAL SEAL 
/s/ Vernadail M. Sorrentino 

Notary Public 

Received: Sep 26, 2001 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0901D-4305-AN 

October 12, 2001 

October 19, 2001 

October 26, 2001 





















PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Signsation'al 
Services 

NATURE/PURPOSE: Service & 
Installation of Signage 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 21927 W. 
5th St.. Lake Villa. IL 60046. (847) 
845-0434 (cell). 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING Dan Blanton, 
21927 W. 5th St., Lake Villa. IL 60046. 

(847) 845-0434 (cell). 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certity that tho under- 
signed intond(s) to conduct tho above 
named business from tho location(s)' 
indicated and that ihc true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/arc correct as shown, 
/s/ Dan Blanton 
Octobers. 2001 

The loregoing instrumont was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) intending to conduct tho busi- 
ness this 5th day of October 2001. 



OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Eleanor A. Petruska 

Notary Public 

Received: Oct 5. 2001 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

1001B-4304-LV 

October 12. 2001 

October 19. 2001 

October 26. 2001 



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> . /s/SaraE. Latham 

Notary Public 
\ Received: Sep 25, 2001 

Willard R. Helander 

. Lake County Clerk 

1001A-4283-LV 

October 5. 2001 

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PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Not Too 

Shabby 

NATURE7PURPOSE: Rofinished 
Furniture 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 406 
Clearview Ct.. Lake Villa. IL 60046. 

(847) 245-4775. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING Melinda 
Nauta. 406 Clearview Ct., Lake Villa. 

IL 60046. (847) 245-4775. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the under- 
signed intend(s) to conduct the above 
named business from the localion(s) 
indicated and that the true or roal full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
I si Melinda Nauta 
September 24, 2001 

The foregoing instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 24rd day of September 
2001. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: All Around 

Stalling 

NATURE/PURPOSE: Staffing/ 

Recruiting 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 294 West 
Prairie Ln„ Round Lake, IL 60073, 
(847) 546-2196, (847) 201-1908. 
NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING Lorraine L. 
Barnedo, 294 W. Prairie Ln., Round 
Lake, IL 60073. Alexander T. Barnedo, 
294 W. Prairie Ln., Round Lake, IL 
60073. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) * 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the under- 
signed Intend(s) to conduct the above 
named business from the location(s) 
indicated and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
Is! Lorraine L. Barnedo 
October 16, 2001 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 16th day of October 2001. 



OFFICIAL SEAL 
I si J. Matthew Dahtgren 

Notary Public 

Received: Oct 16,2001 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

1001C-4314-RL 

October 19, 2001 

October 26, 200 1 

November^ 2001 









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PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: A.R.M. Search 
NATURE/PURPOSE: . Data 

Processing Search Firm 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 1018 Fair. 
Oaks. Deerfield, IL 60015. (847) 317- 
0212. 

655 Deerfield Rd. #100, Deerfield, IL 
60015. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING George J. 
Manisco, 1018 Fair Oaks, Deerfield, IL 

60015, (847) 317-0212. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the under- 
signed intend(s) to conduct tho above 
named business from the localion(s) 
indicated and that tho true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
I si George J. Manisco 
October 9. 2001 

The foregoing instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
sons) intending to conduct tho busi- 
ness this 9th day of October 2001. 


















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OFFICIAL SEAL 
Is/ J. Matthew Dahlgren 

Notary Public 

Received: Oct 10. 2001 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

1001C-4306-LB 

October 19, 2001 

October 26. 2001 

November 2, 2001 






PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: TrinityWeb 

Design.com 

NATURE/PURPOSE: Web Design 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 705 Baxter 
Ct.. Lake Villa. IL 60046. (847) 265- 
4435. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING Jason A. 
Grooms. 705 Baxter Ct., Lake Villa. IL 

60046. (847) 265-4435. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that tho under- 
signed intend(s) to conduct the above 
named business from the location(s) 
indicated and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
Is/ Jason A. Grooms 
October 4, 2001 

The foregoing instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 4th day of October 2001. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Ann T. Carrol 

. Notary Public 

Received: Oct 10,2001 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

1061C-4309-LV 

October 19,2001 

October 26. 2001 

November 2, 2001 



























PUBLIC NOTICE 

Notice is hereby given that Shur- 
Lock Sell Storage, Inc., 35865 N. 
Route 45, Lake Villa, IL 60046 will sell 
tho personal goods from: 
UNIT NO. - 67 
OCCUPANT - Eric Groff. 
Tho goods consist of boat and traitor 
UNIT NO. -105 
OCCUPANT - Jack Borlinska. 
The goods consist of step ladder, 
stereo speakers, miscellaneous 
boxes, household items, wood trim. 
UNIT NO. - 703 
OCCUPANT - Joe Skozen 
The goods consist of household items, 
vacuum cleaner, bike, miscellaneous 
clothes & boxes. 

UNIT NO. - 734 

OCCUPANT - Jan Larson 
The goods consist of vacuum cleaner, 
bike, cat houses, television, 
microwave, household items, miscel- 
laneous boxes. 

UNIT NO. - 825 
OCCUPANT - Uraj Jani 
The goods consist of exercise equip- 
ment, refrigerator, bikes, Ping-Pong 
table, computer boxes, household 
Items. 

Sale will take place on the premises 
on Saturday, October 27, 2001, at 
9:00AM to 10:00AM. We reserve the 
right to accept or reject any or all bids. 
Not responsible for accidents. 

ROGER BRODERS, President 

"35865 N. Rt. 45 

Lake Villa, IL 60046 

Telephone: (847) 223-2400 

1001B-4301-LV 
October 12, 2001 
October 19, 2001 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Legal Ease 
Consulting 

NATURE/PURPOSE: Records 

Management & Research 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 827 Essex 
Circle, Grayslake. IL 60030. (847) 
548-0824. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING Quan C. 
Woodard, 827 Essex Circle, 
Grayslake, IL 60030. (847) 548-6498. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the under- 
signed intend(s) to conduct the above 
named business Irom the locatlon(s) 
indicated and that tho truo or real full 
namo(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Quan C. Woodard 
October 3, 2001 

The foregoing instrument was 
acknowledged boforo me by the per- 
sons) intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 3rd day of October 2001. 





















OFFICIAL SEAL 

I si Ivette M. Diaz 

Notary Public 

Received: Oct 3. 2001 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clork 

1001B-4300-GL 

October 12, 2001 

October 19.2001 

October 26. 2001 












PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Timesavors 
Errand Service 

NATURE/PURPOSE: Personal 

errands are run for clients, including 
house-sitting & cleaning 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 2936 
Falling Waters Lane, Llndenhurst, IL 
60046. 

(847)356-2818. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING Heather 
Kazakeich, 2936 Falling Waters Lane, 
Llndenhurst, IL 60046, (847) 356- 
2818. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the under- 
signed intend(s) to conduct the above 
named business from the location(s) 
indicated and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/aro correct as shown. 
Is/ Heather Kazakeich 
September 20, 2001 

The foregoing instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 20th day of September 2001 . 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Brian Moy 

Notary Public 

Received: Sep 24, 2001 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

1001A-4295-LV 

October 5, 2001 

October 12, 2001 

Oclobor 19,2001 



PUBLIC NOTICE 



TO: Bernabe Sanchez 

650 E. Liberty St. Apt. 104 
Wauconda, IL 60084 















NOTICE OF LIEN SALE 

Your right to use space(s) 246 at Wauconda Self-Service Storage, 500 Rand 
Rd., Wauconda, IL 60084, has terminated and you no longer have access to the 
stored property. DEMAND FOR PAYMENT IS BEING MADE WITHIN 14 DAYS. The 
stored property is subject to a Hen in the amount of $242.00. This amount will contin- 
ue to increase In accordance with the terms of your rental agreement until paid or the 
property is sold. They are Itemized as follows: 

DATE: 9-24-01 RENT $200.00 INVENTORY $30.00 LATE FEE $12.00 
DUE DATE 9-24-01 BALANCE $242.00 TOTAL DUE: $242.00 
THIS SUM MUST BE PAID IN FULL BEFORE 10-8-01 OR THE PROPERTY WILL 
BE ADVERTISED FOR SALE AND SOLD. Any excess proceeds of the sale over 
the Hen amount and costs of sale will be retained by the owner and may be 
reclaimed by you, or claimed by another person having a court order or other Judi- 
cial process against the property, at any time for a period of 2 years from the sale 
and thereafter the proceeds will revert to Wauconda Self-Service Storaga. 
General description of Goods: Boxes, typewriter, fan & tent 
Date and Location of Sale: 10-29-01 O 1:00 p.m. WAUCONDA SELF-SERVICE 
STORAGE, P.O. Box 505, 500 Rand Road, Wauconda, IL 60084 
You may pay this sum and may contact the owner at: (847) 526-5055 

Owner's Signature: George Gallagher 

Date: 9-24-01 

1001B-4302-WL 

October 12, 2001 
October 19, 2001 



PUBUC NOTICE 

TO: Steven Braun 

163 Sunnyside Ave. 

Crystal Lake, IL 60014 

NOTICE OF UEN SALE 

Your right to use space(s) 229 at Wauconda Self-Service Storage, 500 Rand 
Rd., Wauconda, IL 60084, has terminated and you no longer have access to the 
stored property. DEMAND FOR PAYMENT IS BEING MADE WITHIN 14 DAYS. The 
stored property is subject to a lien in the amount of $239.00. This amount will contin- * 
ue to increase in accordance with the terms of your rental agreement until paid or the 
property is sold. They are itemized as follows: 

DATE: 9-24-01 RENT $200.00 INVENTORY $30.00 LATE FEE $9.00 
DUE DATE 9-24-01 BALANCE $239.00 TOTAL DUE: $239.00 
THIS SUM MUST BE PAID IN FULL BEFORE 10-8-01 OR THE PROPERTY WILL 
BE ADVERTISED FOR SALE AND SOLD. Any excess proceeds of the sale over 
the lien amount and costs of sale will be retained by the owner and may be 
reclaimed by you, or claimed by another person having a court order or other Judi- 
cial process against the property, at any time for a period of 2 years from the sale 
and thereafter the proceeds will revert to Wauconda Self -Service Storaga. 
General description of Goods: Moving pads, furniture 

Date and Location of Sale: 10-29-01 @ 1:00 p.m. WAUCONDA SELF-SERVICE 
STORAGE, P.O. Box 505, 500 Rand Road, Wauconda. IL 60084 
You may pay this sum and may contact the ownor at: (847) 526-5055 

Owner's Signature: George Gallagher 

Date: 9-24-01 

1001B-4303-WL 
October 12, 2001 
October 1 9, 2001 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH 

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

PROBATE DIVISION 
Estate ol June C. Eyre ) 

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Deceased ) 

CLAIM NOTICE 

Notice is given of tho death of Juno C. Eyre, of 
were issuod on So otomber 17th. 2001. to 
Lake Boach. Illinoi 

.. a 1B. Lake Villa. 



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whoso attorney Is Mark A. 




Claims against the estate may be filed in tho Offico of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court 
at 18 N. County Street, Waukegan, Illinois 60085. Room C-307 or with reprosentativo. 
or both, on or before April 6th. 2002 . which date is not loss than 6 months from tho 
date of the first publication ol this notice and any claim not filed within that period is 
barrod. Copies of any claim filod with the Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the rep- 
resentative and to the attorney within 10 days after it is filod. 

Pamela Brondor, independent executor 

Mark A. DeRue (Attorney) 

. . 1001A-4291-LV 

October 5, 2001 

October 12, 2001 

October 19, 2001 









PUBLIC NOTICE 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

CITIFINANCIAL MORTGAGE COMPANY, ) 
INC. f/k/a ASSOCIATES FINANCE, ) 



INC., 






Plaintiff, 

v. 
ROBERIO D. OLlVEIRA, CARLA 
OLIVEIRA, NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS. 
UNKNOWN TENANTS. AND UNKNOWN 
OWNERS, 

Defendants(s). 



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PUBLICATION NOTICE 

The requisite affidavit for publication having been filed, notice is hereby given to 

you: NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS, UNKNOWN TENANTS and UNKNOWN OWN- 
ERS, Defendants in the above entitled suit, that said suit has been commenced In the 
Circuit Court of LAKE County, Chancery Division, by the said Plaintiff, against you 
and other Defendants, praying for Foreclosure of a. certain Real Estate Mortgage, 
conveying the premises describod as follows, to wit: 

LOT 22 AND THE NORTH 1/2 OF LOT 23 IN BLOCK 40 IN ZION CITY SUB- 
DIVISION, IN SECTION 20. TOWNSHIP 46 NORTH. RANGE 12, EAST OF 
THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 
Tax Number: 04-20-219-021 
commonly known as 2320 HERMON AVENUE. ZION. ILLINOIS 60099; and which 
said Real Estate Mortgage was made by ROBERIO D. OLIVEIRA AND CARLA 
OLIVEIRA, and recorded In the Office of the LAKE County Recorder of Deeds as 
Document Number 4175271; that summons was duly issued out of the said court 
against you as provided by law, and that tho said suit is now pending. 

Now therefore, unless, you the said named Defendants, file your answer to tho 
Complaint In the said suit or otherwise make your appearance therein, in the Office 
of the Circuit Court ol LAKE County, located at 18 NORTH COUNTY STREET, 
WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS 60085, on or before the isj day of November 2001 j default 
may be entered against you at any time alter that day and a Judgment entered in 
accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. 




THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A "DEBT COLLECTOR" (15 USC 1692a) 

M.A. Christine Lyons (x8003) 

Vanessa E. Seller (x8008) 

Michael Bablo (x8006) 

LAW OFFICES 

LAWRENCE FRIEDMAN. P.C. -03532 

19 South LaSalte Street - 10th Floor 

Chicago, Illinois 60603 

(312)977-8000 

1001A-4293-GL 

Octobers, 2001 

Oclobor 12, 2001 

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Patriotism, U.S. memorabilia popularity rises in county 



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Sports Editor 



The inscription on many items 
reads "Show your support." 

The proof is definitely in the num- 
bers. • 

Unfortunately it took the 
tragedy in New York and Washington 
D.C. Sept. 1 1 to make it happen, but 
sales of U.S. paraphernalia and 
memorabilia donning Old Glory 
have become the hottest ticket 
around. 

"That first week (of the bomb- 
ings) was crazy," said Lake Villa's 
Joyce Goulding, the head service 
clerk for Walgreen s on Washington 
Street just west of Rte. 83 in 



Grayslake. 

"Everyone's patriotism is defi- 
nitely showing. People were pretty 
angry the first week it (the bomb- 
ings) happened but I've noticed 
more courtesy and sensitivity lately. 
They want to get their hands on any- 
thing representing the United 
States." 

Goulding saicj, that the first 
week of the bombings yielded about 
50 calls a day from people looking 
for anything to display on their cars 
or on the outside of their homes. 

"People wanted to know when 
the next shipments were coming in," 
she said. 

While the car flags are still at the 
top of everyone's wish list, other 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ANNUAL TREASURERS REPORT FOR VILLAGE OF WAUCONDA 

FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING 4/30/01 
'MMARY: Property Taxes 1783146, Road & Bridge Tax 40750, Sales 
Tax 1604572, Utility Tax 815262, Intergovernmental 897672, License, Permits & 
Users Fees 1625021, Development Revenue 784131, Investment Earnings 694539, 
Fines 163125, Employee Contributions 70446, Fixed Asset Income 6586, Rentals 
26401, Donations 2720, GrantB 1 1779. Other Miscellaneous 53654. 
TOTAL Revenues: $8,581 ,804 





iMMARY: Under $25,000.00: Joseph Altmann, John Amrich, Carl 
Aronson, James 'Arqullla, Susan Barabas, Joann Becker, Paula Biedron, Kevin 
Botterman, Kfmberly Cosme, David Dato, Bruce Develle, James Eschenbauch, 
Christopher Fisher, Anthony Forgette, Victoria Francis, Roxann Garza, Lorraine 
Godawa, Duke Goessling, Karl Gompertz, Anthony Grana, John Grana, Joel Haerle, 
James Hill, Edward Jamison, Louis Kadlec, Steve Katodimos, Colleen Kay, Theodore 
Klpp, Ingrld Kopis, Francis Lahrman, Sean Lewakowskl, Kenneth Locher, Steven 
Madsen, Norman Marion, Fred Martin, John Nosch, Elleene Paul I. Raymond Quick, 
Daniel Ravens, Samantha Rodriguez, Robert Rucker, Teresa Sroka, Christopher 
Stanger, Mary Taylor, Gregg Turner, Robert Walker, David Wanshek, Susan Wanshek, 
Gall Wittenberg, $25,000.00 to $49,999.99: Cheryl Adams, Patricia Altmann, James 
Bart, Ira Bliss, Peter Bognar, Joanne Brandt, Richard Burns, Klmberiy Carpenter, 
Russell Christensen, John Combs Jr., Bruce Freeman. Constance Freund, James 
Gainer, Johnna Garrett, Deborah Gompertz, Theodore Hennessy, Patricia Holland, 
Michael Jacobson, Charlene Justen, Howard Keller, David Kruger, James Lubeno, 
Torrance Lutz, Jacob Mann, Robert Peters, Ua Reynolds, Keith Ringham, Thomas 
Robertson, Timothy Werner, Jon Zacharias, James Zygmunt, $50,000.00 to 
$74,999.99: Thomas Bender, Michael Botterman, Timothy Burke, Fred Dierker, 
Elizabeth Harrison, Anthohny Jacobson, Richard Kuester, Kevin Kulinski, Jeffrey 
Maute, Daniel Quick, George Roberts III, John Thibutt, Dale Weshinskey, Michael 
Yost, Patrick Yost. 
TOTAL COMPENSATION: $2,348,247 

EXPENDITURE SUMMARY: A&J Cartage Inc 48505, Ace Hardware 4787, Acorn 
Quick Print 71 90, Adams, R. A. Enterprises, Inc. 4674, Alcove Construction 24400, Alt 
Temp Heating & Air Conditioning 2688, Alliance Waste Services 5781, Ameritech 
3801 1, Arqullla J 19200, B & F.Technlcal Code Service 6260, Badger Uniforms 5486, 
Bank One 31 19, Bart J 24425, Bartnick Const 1 1095, Berger Excavating Contractors 
1188850, Blue Cross Blue Shlld 291194, Boehmer Chevrolet Sales 32819. Boston 
Whaler, Inc 11982, Bu Com Inc 16455, Milburn Cain & Co 16800, CDW Computer 
Centers Inc 5161, Cellular One Chicago 4747, Chicago Sea Ray 2580, Citgo 

Petroleum Corp 34015, Commonwealth Edison 76156, Commonwealth Edison 
233578, Community Sewer & Septic Inc 8695, Cooperative 90s Dental Plan 51248, 
The Crown Group 162441, Devery Engineering, Inc 432570, Dir ol Employment 
Security 5359, Doheny, J Inc 9979, Don's Welding & Fabricating 3951, Elan Financial 
Services 6177, Energy Associates Inc 18664, Eschenbauch James L 2600, Eugene 
A De St Aubin 16001 , First USA Bank, NA 5119, Fremont School District 79 12400, 
Freund International 2590, Garrett, R 191 18, Grainger, W.W. Inc 2562, Grand Premier 
Trust 8924, Greene, M 46567, Hach Co 2922, Heritage Environmental Services 5000, 
Himmelmann, Tim & Debbie 5000, Hogan Contracting Corp 6135, Hydrite Chemical 
Co 17401, Illinois Municipal League 2612, Illinois Municipal League 101,557, Illinois 
Municipal Retirement 133081, IMC Salt Inc 69382, In A Wink Quick Print Inc 2556, 

Island Lake Carpets 5348, John's Auto Repair Center 6792, Kale Uniforms, Inc 3737, 
Krug-Northwest Electric 3424. Kuester E 10340, LLD Electric Co 22475, Lab Salety 
Supply 2868, Lakeland Builders Inc 3000, Larkin T 17597, Layne Christensen Co 
1 1 0044, Lite Computer Center 6637, M&M Landscaping 37580, Law Office of Magna 
Scott & Johnson 185893, Marking Specialists Corp 2502, Marquardt P 21609, 
Meier's Outdoor World 2684, Melrose Pyrotechnics Inc 15000, Mercury Marine 5862, 
Meridian Construction Co 36052, Metropolitan Industries Inc 16763, Mid American 
Water of Wauconda 3001, Mikes Towing Inc 45345, Mill Creek Banquets Inc 5451, 
Minolta Corp 4668, Mobile Vision 8390, Mundelein High School 6450, Nicor Energy 
LLC 7352, Nicor Gas 13659, North East Multi-Regional 2545, Northshore Business 
Tech 3435, Northwestern University 3350, Now B 13631 , Herron Ray Co Inc 4545, 
Office Plus of Lake County 3490. Old Kent 4147, Old Kent 1 17048, Old Kent 51 195, 
Patten Industries Inc 3338, Petersen Sand & Gravel 2766, Power-Control Assoc 
5950, Preferred Office Furniture 3430, Rays Body Shop 7898. Ridings, Bob Inc 
40408, Sanroman- Matnt Co 15865, Schroeder & Schroeder Inc 74009, Sewer 
Equipment Co of America 4690, Slusser R 21 906, Software Solutions 71 48, St Aubln 
Hursery Inc 10730, State Treasurer 4308, Sterling Codifiers Inc 3915, Stiles Kem Div 
18000, Sun Life Assurance 6895, Sunny Paving 4500, Sweeney J M Co 10375,Talley 
Comm 9250, Test America Inc 10796, Traffic Control Protection 3637, Treadway 
Graphics 2904, Trench-lt 3531 , U S Filter 1 1539, US Filter 66357, US Postal Service 
7507, University of Illinois 3629, Varga & Associates 22601, Viking Office Products 
9067, Wauconda Comm Bank 19214, Wauconda Fire Department 781690, 
Wauconda School District 92100, Wauconda Park District 6096. Wauconda 
Postmaster 7299, Wauconda Township Road & Bridge 35235, Woodstock Harley 
Davidson 3527, Zblkowski J 10829, Zengler A W Uniform Rental 8446, TOTAL 
EXPENDITURES $5,435,872. 



SUMMARY STATEMENT OF CONDITION 
(Excerpt from Audit Report) 
General Special Debt Capital 



Revenue 



882,472 92,< 



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61,043 



3,217,328 
19,658.479 
1.982,386 146,501 
1,914,412 233,274 



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Trust & 
Service Project Enterprise Agency 

Beginning 

Fund Balance 934,343 
Retained Earnings 

Revenues 3,783,003 2,277,849 
Expenditures 3,153,279 1,405,060 161,091 
Other Financing 

Uses 205,413 

Ending Fund 

Balance 1,358,654 1,005,451 

Ending Retained 

Earnings 

I, Cheryl L Adams, Treasurer of the Village of Wauconda, do hereby declare that this 

report of condition of the funds of the Village of Wauconda Is correct to the best of my 

knowledge and belief. 

Cheryl L Adams, Treasurer 

I, Mary C. Taylor. Clerk of the Village of Wauconda, Illinois, do hereby certify that the 
above Is a true copy of the Annual Treasurer's Report for the fiscal year ending April 

30,2001, 

Mary C. Taylor, Village Clerk 

1001C-4307-WL 
October 19, 2001 



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item sales aren't far behind. 

"It's been tough keeping the 
flags in stock/' said Michael Polzin, 
Waigreens spokesman. "We've been 
selling them as fast as we've been 
getting them." 

If the flags aren't an option, 
Polzin said there are other items in 
equal demand. 

"Flag stickers, pins and decals 
have also been popular," he said. • 

Supply on some items, like car 
flags, has been so heavy that 
Waigreens as well as other stores 
merchants have had some difficulty 
keeping them in stock, at least on 
the corporate level. 

"Some of the local store man- 
agers have been getting items such 



as the flags from local vendors," said 
Polzin. "One of our goals is to get any 
of these items at a reasonable cost so 
that we can price them reasonably 
for the customer." 

Polzin also said that most items 
are being bought locally, versus on 
the corporate level. 

"What we've gotten on the cor- 
porate level, portions of the costs go 
towards relief efforts in New York 
and Washington D.C," said Polzin. 

In addition to the aforemen- 
tioned items, other hot items don- 
ning Old Glory include yellow rib- 
bons with a flag pin attached, T- 
shirts with the flag, Chicago and "Let 
Freedom Ring" embroidered, and 
various displays with suction cups 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 

) ss 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION ) 

OF JAMES GENTRY LAESSIQ ) 

FOR JAMES GENTRY RHYNE ) 

CHANGE OF NAME ) 




Public notice Is hereby given that on November 1 6th, 2001 , 9:00 a.m. I will file and 
request a hearing on my Petition In the Circuit Court ol the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, 
McHenry County, Illinois, praying for the change of my name from J ames Gentry 
Laeasjg to that ol James Gentry Rhyne pursuant to the Illinois Compiled Statutes on 
Change of Names. 

Dated at Lake County. Illinois, 




1001A-4296-WL 

October 5, 2001 
October 12, 2001 
October 19, 2001 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

FOX LAKE PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT 

LAKE AND MCHENRY COUNTIES, ILLINOIS 




Fiscal Yeer July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2001 

BEGINNING BALANCES BY FUND: July 1, 2000: Library Fund $446,658.27; 
Building Equipment Fund $307,12821; Working Cash Fund $52,717.42; Building 
Maintenance Fund $79,265.73; RCA Fund $25,615.92; IMRF Fund $34,024.04; 
Insurance Fund $5,713.88; Audit Fund $2,933.35. TOTAL CASH ON HAND July 1, 
2000: $954,056.82. 

RECEIPTS: Tax Revenue - Levied $636,181.38; Personal Property Replacement 
Tax $16,006.41; Finee and Few $10,199.73; Photocopy Income $5,492.76; Video 
Tape Rentals $1 1 ,465.00; Impact Fees $28,967.00; Donations $1 ,965.00; Per Capita 
Grant $18,972.86; Other Grants $5,200.00; Interest $47,982.61; Other Income 
$7,656.55. TOTAL RECEIPTS: $789,189.30. 

DISBURSEMENTS: By category: Salaries - Professional $58,965.37; Salaries - 
Paraprofesslonal $61,814.13; Salaries - Nonprofessional $126,019.62; Salaries - 
Maintenance $540.00. TOTAL SALARIES: $247,339.12. By staff member: Arnold, 
Dlanna $6,814.37; Bork, Harry $58,965.37; Clark, Christopher $1,666.65; Clark, 
Kevin $8,253.55; Down, Diane $6,979.91; Hopper, Susan $26,757.45; Johnson, 
Therese $24,099.81; Lobaza, Cynthia $37,714.32; Lojdl, Violet $26,721.73; Piklor, 
Carol $2,028.00; Roden, Joan $9,142.35; Schrieder, Marilyn $27,239.92; Skittino, 
Marilyn $9,282,89; Tieman, Marshall $1,672.80. 

VENDORS: Ameritech (Operaling Expenses) $8,320.83, Avaya Inc (Operating 
Expenses) $4,922.40, Baker & Taylor (Printed Materials) $43,096.38, Baker & Taylor 
Entertainment (Non Print Materials) $1,828.93, Bleck & Bleck Architects (Operating 
Expenses) $1,290.00, Commonwealth Edison (Operating Expenses) $23,182.26, 
Demco (Operating Expenses) $1,796.62, DLS Internet Services (Operating 
Expenses) $3,000.00, Evoy Kamschulte Jacobs & Company {Operating Expenses) 
$2,000.00, Firstar Bank NA (Capital Expenditures) $155,127.42, Forest Edge 
Landscaping Inc (Operating Expenses) $6,036.50, Fox Lake Postmaster (Operating 
Expenses) $1,021.20, The Gale Group (Printed Materials) S6.071.22, Gaylord 
Brothers (Operating Expenses) $4,612.37, William E. Grigg (Operating Expenses) 
$4,690.00, Houchen Bindery Ltd (Operating Expenses) $1,620.30, Hucker Electric 
Company (Operating Expenses) $2,705.73, Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund 
(Fringe Benefits) $23,423.00, Internal Revenue Service (Fringe Benefits) $18,921.44, 
Juergensmeyer and Associates (Operating Expenses) $7,556.14, Lake County 
Collector (Operating Expenses) $2,122.31, Lakeland Community Bank (Capital 
Expenditures) $122,060.67, Lakeland Larsen Elevator Corporation (Operating 
Expenses) $2,729.77, Lakeland Publishers Inc (Operating Expenses) $1,736.58, 
Limricc Health Insurance Program (Fringe Benefits) $22,718.63, Umricc 
Unemployment Comp Group (Operating Expenses) $188.62, Lucent Technologies 
Inc (Operating Expenses) $2,461.20, Major Hill Insurance Company (Operating 
Expenses) $8,353.00, Movies In Motion (Non Print Materials) $3,960.00, Nicor 
(Operating Expenses) $5,506.03, Northern Illinois University (Operating Expenses) 
$6,600.00, North Suburban Library System (Operating Expenses) $1,050.00, Office 
Depot (Operating Expenses) $3,575.32, Quill Corporation (Operating Expenses) 
$2,488.83, Recorded Books LLC (Non Print Materials) $1,235.65, Servicemaster 
Building Maintenance (Operating Expenses) $16,568.04, Shoreline Graphics 
(Operating Expenses) $1,807.63, Superior Paving Inc (Operating Expenses) 
$2,100.00, Thermodyne Mechanical Services (Operating Expenses) $6,759.73, 
Turner Subscriptions (Printed Materials) $6,470.33, US Postal Sen/ice (Operating 
Expenses) $1,967.51, Waste Management North (Operating Expenses) $1,560.11, 
All Other Vendors Less Than $1,000.00 $22,073.63. TOTAL VENDOR DISBURSE- 
MENTS: $567,316.33 TOTAL ALL DISBURSEMENTS: $814,655.45. 

CASH ON HAND June 30, 2001: Library Fund $566,228.72; Building Equipment 
Fund $87,143.07; Working Cash Fund $55,253.19; Building Maintenance Fund 
$142,709.77; FICA Fund . $29,580.25; IMRF Fund $39,695.80; Insurance Fund 
$3,418.97; Audit Fund $4,560.90. TOTAL. CASH ON HAND June 30, 2001: 
$928,590.67. 

State of Illinois 

County of Lake )) ss 

I, Richard E. Wend , being duly sworn on oath, depose and state that I am' the 

Treasurer of me Board of Library Trustees of the Fox Lake Public Library District, Lake 
and McHenry Counties, Illinois, and that the foregoing statements as to said District, 
of monies received, from what source, giving Items and all monies paid out, to whom 
paid, and the amount, is for the fiscal year ended June 30. 2001. 

Richard E. Wend 
Treasurer, The Board of Library 
Trustee* of the Fox Lake Public 
Library District, Lake and McHenry 
Counties, INinoi* 
Subscribed and sworn to before me this lfift day of October. 2001. 



OFFICIAL SEAL 

/*/ Mary T. McGovem 

Notary Public 

1001C-4313-FL 

October 19,2001 



for car windows. 

One clerk at Osco in Kenosha, 
Wis. said the store had a shipment of 
500 antenna flags come in last week- 
they were sold out in 15 minutes. 

Prices for car flags generally 
hover hovering between $3-15, 
depending where you go. The gener- 
al range for items has been between 
$2 and $10. 

Anyone still searching for flags 
for their automobile should try any 
Waigreens, Sports Authority or MC 
Sporting Goods stores. 

Most profits on the corporate 
go towards the American Red Cross 
for relief for the victims, firefighters 
and families that were directly 
affected by the East Coast tragedies. 



Help sought to 
fill Habitat 
building jobs 

. Habitat for Humanity has an 
urgent need for skilled construction 
workers but novices can help too. 
Other volunteer opportunities 
include; office recepUonist one or 
more afternoons a week, planning 
fund-raising events, staffing the 
building material resale program, 
picking up donated items, and 
more. 

Habitat is also seeking persons 
who can translate for its Spanish 
speaking homeowners or applicants 
at evening or Saturday meetings. 

Habitat for . Humanity Lake 
County is the local affiliate of 
Habitat for Humanity International, 
a non-profit, ecumenical Christian 
housing ministry mat seeks to elim- 
inate poverty housing and home- 
lessness worldwide. Habitat is not a 
give-away program. Homes are sold 
to partner families at no profit with 
interest-free mortgages. 

For more information call 
Habitat at 623-1020. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

Notice to change regular scheduled 
Lake Villa Township Board Meeting 

Meeting date: 
for November 1 3th, 2001 

will be changed to 

Tuesday November 6th, 2001 

The meeting wilt be held at the 

Township Offices 37908 N. Fairfield 
Rd, Lake Villa, IL 60046 
Any questions concerning meetings of 
the board of trustees, should be 
directed to the Clerk at the Township 

Office at 847-356-21 16. 

BETTY J. HERRON 

LAKE VILLA TOWNSHIP, CLERK 

1001C-4308-LV 
October 19, 2001 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION • 

NAME OF BUSINESS: For Get Me 

Nuts 

NATURE/PURPOSE: Retail Sales of 

gifts & candy 

AOORESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 27616 W. 
Volo Village Rd., Volo, IL 60073. 263 

Lenox Lane, Mundelein, IL 60060- 

(847) 949-7030. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 

RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OFTHE 

PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 

ING OR TRANSACTING Sandra 

Rogaz, 263 Lenox Ln., Mundelein, IL 

60060. 

STATE Of ILLINOIS) 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the under- 
signed intend(s) to conduct the above 
named business from the location^) 
Indicated and that the true or reel full 
name<s) of the persons) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/ere correct as shown, 
/s/ Sandra Rogaz 

Octobers. 2001 

The foregoing instrument was 
acknowledged before me by me per- 
son^) intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 9th day of October 2001 . 

OFFICIAL SEAL 
/•/ Kenneth H, Grooms, Jr. 

Notary Public 

Received: Oct 12, 2001 

WiUard R. Heiander 

Lake County Clerk 

1001C-4312-FL 

October 19, 2001 

October 26, 2001 
November 2, 2001 



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SIGNING BONUS 

toia lor local Round Lake gro- 

cory atom. These aro PT woo- 

kond pos. great for exlra $$. 

'Call for Dolaiis 

Toil-Free 1-888-777-4747 

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TANNING 
SALON OPERATOR 

POSITION AVAILABLE 
FOR AN OUTGOING AND 
FRIENDLY ADULT. DUTIES IN* 
CLUDE FRONT COUNTER, 
SALES, CUSTOMER SERVICE, 
TANNING BED AND SALON, 
TANNING SALON CLEANING. 
MUST BE RELIABLE. 

ANTIOCH LOCATION 

CALLS47-JW-41M 



Part Ttm* 

GENERAL OFFICE 

position In Grayslake. 
Idoal candkJalo will possoss 

prior ofi«o e*p. & Excel skills 

a must. Excellent pay/ 

benefits. Call Jane 

B47-223-37t0ajrt.il 

or fax 223-3719. 



Receptionist 

Permanont P/T 3 days with 
alternating Saturdays, 24 
,hours/week. Fast paced pa- 
|tient care office looking for 
mature Individual. Typing 
and data entry skills need- 
led. Must be good w/peopte 
|and on the telephone. Loca- 
tion In Sears, Vamon Hills. 
Call 800-445-4563 



HANDYMAN/CARETAKER 
HOMEOWNER SEEKS multi- 

* talented maintenance pro for 
various 'projects, Including re- 

' pairs, painting, exterior clean- 
ing, etc. Carpentry a big 
plus. Must) be -self i starter 
w/exc. ret. Flex." hrs.* Exc. 

pay. (847) 724-9396. 



WANTED 
PART-TIME 

OFFICE 
Libertyville 

Medical office 

seeks part time 

help in busy office. 

Please call for 

appointment, 

847-662-4455 





Help Wanted 
Part-Time 



Warehouse 





NEED CASH 
FOR COLLEGE? 

You could recycle 

460,000 mm 
fig Wortt for UPS! 

Get as much as 

$23,000* 

in College Education 
Assistance 

PACKAGE HANDLERS 

Steady, Part-Time Jobs 
$8.50-$9.50/hour 

Excellent Benefits 
Weekends & Holidays Off 

PALATINE* 

(Hicks & Rand Rds.) 
Hi: S47-70S-6025 

N0RTHBR00K* 

(Shermer & Willow Rds.) 
Pit M748047M 

Please call our facilities 

director call our 

24 hour job line at: 

1 -888-4UPS-J0B 

Access Cote 4486 

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Public bus transportation 
is available to UPS! 

•Program guidelines apply. 
Equal Opportunity Employer 



SCHOOL BUS 
DRIVER 

S13.39-S17.92 

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•Friendly work 
environment • - 
'Excellent benefits 
package 

'Guaranteed Shrsiday 

"2001 'Bluebird" 

Transit style buses 

•CDL license or IL bus 

permit preferred. 

Stop in and fill out an 
application today! 

Personnel Depertmeflt 

Warren 

Township 

High School 

500 N. O'Plalne Rd. Gur 
nee, IL 60031 

(847)662-1400 

•it. 4605 

Job hotline: . 

(847) 662-1400 
oil 5606. 

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Help Wanted 
Full-Time 



Great New Opportunities! 



• CNC MACHINIST OPERATOR MAZAC - experi- 
ence necessary. Milwaukee area. $12-31 8/hr. depend- 
ing on exp. 

• MORTGAGE PROCESSOR - starting at $12mr. 
Default Specialist. Data entry & light computer skills 
needed. Must be detail oriented and like working In a 
team environment. 

• COLLECTIONS - $12/hr. Start ASAP. Mortgage 
company. Back-ground exp. a plus, Must have good 
verbal/written communication skills. Deerfield & Vernon 
Hills location. 






Call Sandra today at 847-816-8707 
or Fax 847:566-2116 



Adecca 



Using a Resume Writing Service Could Improve 
Interview Odds 

There arc many cools that can be used for writing a resume. 
Some of the most popular are: hooks that arc designed to 
lead you through the process, software that Is designed to 
create the resume using your wonls t and resume writing ser- 
vices. 

Resume writing books are a good tool If you arc a relative- 
ly accomplished writer and if you have a good understand- 
Ing of the key words thai recruiters are looking for In your 
skill area. However, you need to lake the time to read the 
book(s) thoroughly and then apply what you have learned 
to the resume writing process. 

Resume writing software may be a better tool for guidance 
on specific formats and the key words but you are still the 
only judge of the end product. Unless you have experience 
reviewing resumes, you may still not know if the finished 
resume is the document that will get you the interview with 
the decisionmaker that can hire you. 

Recently,! have seen the third alternative, resume writing 
services, used very effectively. One significant advantage of 
the better services is that they have trained writers who arc 
familiar with what recruiters want to sec in resumes. 
Subsequently, they can put your resume in a format that will 
be an easy reference tool for recruiters. Recruiters, like most 
of us, are overworked and they will favor resumes that arc 
easy to read and those that highlight the skills they are seek* 
Ing- 

The primary drawback of a resume service is that you need 
to pay for these scrviccs.Thcsc services can cost anywhere 
from about $40 to well over $1000, depending on the expe- 
rience required by the client. The more experience you 
have, the more work the service will need to do, subse- 
quently the cost will be higher. 

There are two different types of resume icrvicc.The first Is 
the typing service that advertises as a resume scrvice.Thcy 
are prepared to type and edit your resume. A full service 
resume writing organization Is prepared to Interview you to 
make sure that they include all of the information that can 
help you to get an interview If ytiu have the skills to write 
your own resume and only need the clerical help to get It on 
to paper, the typing service is for you. 

However, If you arc like most of us the resume service is 
helpful to make sure diat you are portraying your skills and 
experience as welt as possible.According to Alice Jorgcnscn 
of All Write Resume Service In Libertyville, 1U the process 
starts with a free consultation to determine the client's level 
of experience and the appropriate type of resume. This 
process will determine the cost of the service.At this time 
the client Is also interviewed to make sure that all of the 
important Information is included In the resume. 

The service will then format and develop your resume as 
you have directed. You can expect the pnxfess to take 
between two and five days. Ms. Jorgcnscn said that most 
clients enjoy the experience because it is completely 
focused on them and their job search. In addition, a good 
resume writing service may increase your chances of getting 
an interview. 

Next week we will look at how to find the resume service 
that is best for you. 

Scott T. Fkfachmann h the Managing Principal for Integrity 
- Business Solutions foe, a ftiU service management consulting 
firm. He can be contacted through e-mail at abucottf9juno.com 

or through the company wtb ste at www,aboutintfgrity.oct 




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Help Wanted 
Full-Time 





EmiFs Pizza 



Bartenders 

* Delivery Driverg 

* Wait Staff / Servers 

Apply in person or call 
604 N. Lake, Mundclein, IL 

(■47) f**71IO 




RESULTS 




Buying? 



Selling? 



$ $ TOP PAY $ $ 

IIYA< New ( onMruction 



Installer. Own tools. Good driving 

record. 5 yr. min. experience. Vac. 

& Ben. package. Yr. round work. 

Call Anthony at 847-201-1620 



Trading? 



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how about 11-2, 4-7 or 6-11? 

Here's a job that'll fit into any schedule. If you like 
flexible hours and great pay at a place where you 
can see and meet friends, call us (when you have 
the time). E.O.E. 



Lakeland 

Newspapers 

to place youi 




1239 N. Route 83, Grayslake, IL 60030 

(847) 548-1025 



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people who are looking for a great part-time job. 

You will be selling classified advertising for 11 
different Lakeland Community Newspapers, The 
Great Lakes Bulletin &The Market Journal. 

Monday-Thursday 4:3O-8:30pm 
Hourly rate + commission. 

For interview 
call Lisa 

(847) 223-8161 

ext. 191 





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Full-time 



Guaranty Bonk is now hiring talented, outgoing individuals to fill key sales 
and management roles at our Round Laic* and Mundclein Branches. We 
otter an excellent opportunity for advancement and a career that is designed 
tor the way you live. 



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For Sales Associates, we require a minimum of 6 months cash handling 
experience. Both Full and Part Time positions are available. For Personal 
Bankers and Assistant Manogers, a minimum of 1 ♦ years direct experience is 
required. A flair for sales and retail background Is a definite plus for all 
positions. Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. 

Guaranty Bank offers sign on bonus, attractive salaries and excellent benefits 
including paid vacation, tuition reimbursement, 401 (k), and more! The time for ' 
opportunity is now - at Guaranty Bankl 

You. can apply by sending your resume to us (indicating which location is 
best for you) at: Fox; 414-362-4714; •mail: h«tjobs@gbmaU.i 
: 800-840-0770, ill. 5587; Equal Opportunity Employer. 



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leading brand. 

Most Lakeland Media advertisers have reported that their ads 

in Lakeland Media often draw a better response than their 

ads in other papers. Try it for yourself and see. 

(847)223-3200 



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Placement Company Needs 
Drivers!!! inexperienced up 
to S6O0. Experienced up to 
$1000. Pay up to .42 com. 
Paid training, if you qualify. \ 

1-486-7814556. Tractor 
Trailer Training. 

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$600 WEEKLY INCOME 

Mailing our sales brochures. 
No experience necessary. 
Genlune opportunity. Free 
Supplies. Call (630) 408- 
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benefits. 40 IK, condos, 
S1 0,000 bonus. EOE. CDL/A. 
Contact KLLM 800-925-5556 
or KLLM.com • 

DRIVERS - FLATBED $2000 

Slgn-On-Bonut. Van & Flat 
drivers earn up to .41 per 
mile. Great hometime. Fami- 
ly Medical/Dental. Roberson 
Transportation. 
«y 1-800-473-5581. eoe. 

DRIVERS - THE seasons 
are changing ... Fall into a 
position with a rock solid 
company I Tandem Trans- 
port Corp., Where Experi- 
ence Pays! 

1-800-551-9057 Ext. 140. 



DRIVERS AT ROEHL aver- 
aged S46.463 in 2000! Van 
or F/B. Great home time & 
benefits. Regional available. 
Students welcome. E.O.E. 
SSS877-370-2813SSS 
www.roehl.net 



DRIVERS GUARANTEED 
HOME TIME. GREAT PAY! 
Call SMXI 800-247-8040. VE- 
TERANS START .32 cpm. 
FLATBED .31 cpm. VAN 

www.smxc.com 

DRIVERS: OTR DRIVERS 

Needed Class A CDL w/Ex- 
perience Required. Good 
Work record, Clean MVR. 
Call Today MARTEN 
TRANSPORT, LTD AT 1-800- 
395-3331 Or Visit Our Web 
Site: 

www.marten.com On Pay 
and Benefits. 

DRIVERS: SOUTHERN INDI- 
ANA Company Needs Driv- 
ers For Truckload Van Op- 
eration. Must Be 23 Yrs. 
Old, 2 yrs OTR Exp. & Hold 
a Class A CDL Call Randy 

@ 1-800-264-2442. 

GROWING BUSINESS, 
NEEDS HELPI 

Work from home. 
Mail-order/E-Commerce 

S522*/week PT. 

S10OO-$4OOQ/week FT. 

www. rakinginlhecosh .com 

B8S-7 17-8607 



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Optician 



Busy and expanding Lake Count)' 
Ophthalmology/Optonietry practice seeks an 

experienced Ophthalmic Assistant and an 

experienced Optician. Certification desirable 

but not required. Competitive salary and 

benefits including medical/dental and 40 IK plan 

Please fax resume to Janice at 

847-244-5122 or call 847-244-1657 



HELP WANTED 

DAY, EVENING, WEEKEND 

NEWLY REMODELED 



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Applications arc now being taken for hol- 
iday season employment. We are looking 
to fill a variety of positions: 

• In-bound Phone Order Processors 

• General Office Help 

• Order Packaging 

This is a great opportunity for homemak- 
ers, retirees, students or anyone looking to 
earn some extra holiday money. The 
newly remodeled work environment is 
very fast-paced, but in a friendly and 
relaxed atmosphere. We offer flexible 
hours and are open 24 hours a day 7 days 
a week. 

To be considered for employment, please 
contact Kim at 847-546-5533 or stop by to 
fill out an application. 

International Star Registry 

34523 N.Wilson RoV, Ingleside, IL 60041 

We are 1.5 blocks south of Route 134 and 
a mile north of Route 120/Baxter. EOE 



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DRIVERS: OTR DRIVERS 

needed Class A CDL w/ex- 
perience required, good work 
record, clean MVR. Call 
today MARTEN TRANS- 
PORT LTO AT 1-800-395. 
3331 or visit our web site 
www.marten.com On pay 
and benelits. 

EARN S20,000-$45,000/YR. 

MEDICAL Insurance Billing 
Assistance Needed Imme- 
diately! Home Computer 
needed. Get FREE Website 

& FREE LONG DISTANCE 
1 -866-264-8778 ext 507. 

Earn Avg. of 
$30,000+/Year! 

* No experience 

necettery 

(training provided) 

• Full-time career oppty 

II you are highly motivated, 
and looking for an exciting 
and challenging career, we 
want you to be a part ol ourj 
professional team. 

Call (847) 688-9607 



EASY WORK! 
NO EXPERIENCE 

S500-S 1,000 part-time at 

home stuffing envelopes. 

For free Information send 

self-addressed, 

stamped envelope: 

R&J Enterprises 

Mailing Services, Inc. 

P.O. Box 402 
Ingleside, III. 60041 . 

EASY WORK! GREAT pay! 

Earn $500 plus a week as- 
sembling products at home. 
No experience necessary. 
Call toll free 1-800-267-3944 

ext. 135. 



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TEACHER 

& 

ASSISTANTS 

FOR 
OUTSTANDING 

CHILD CARE 

CENTER. 
LINCONSHIRE 

© CALL: 
847-634-1982 



FRONT DESK 



Busy Lake County ophthalmology/optometry 
practice seeks bright, energetic individual for 
this position. Full or part-time hours avail- 
able. Excellent salary and benefits including 
medical/dental, 401(k) and pension plan. 

CALL JANICE AT 847-244-1657 X26 OR FAX 

RESUME TO 847-244-5122 




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DRIVERS 

Needed For PACE 
Lake County Diol-A-Ride Services 

• Must be 21 years of age or older 

• Have an excellent driving record 

• Must be able to pass DOT Physical and D & 
A Screen 

• CDL drivers license preferred but not 
required 

• Paid Training 

Apply in person between the hours 
of 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM 



LAID LAW TRANSIT SERVICES 

39 /.Icglcr Drive, Grayslake . II. (>0<KO 

Ask For Vern Estes EC ~ 




OPPORTUNITIES FOR THOSE -LOOKING FOR THE BEST! 



SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS NEEDED 




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Sign on Bonus 

Based on Kxp. & Qualifications 

Offer expires 10/31/01 





EXPERIENCED 

Tree Trimmers. 

Drivers license 

* preferred. 

Minimum 5 years 

experience 

Call 

(847)344-5103 



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Deer field, IL 60015 

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LOOKS needed. Up to $500 
a day. Open 7 days. 1-800- 

320-9353 ext. 3044. 



Receptionist/Cashier 



Provide front desk services in a community cen- 
ter, including excellent customer service. Duties 
include answering phones, accepting registra- 
tions, and cash. handling. May be required to 
open or close building. 

Vernon Hills Park District 

635 N. Aspen Drive, Vernon Hills, IL 60061 

Contact Scott for appt. 847-367-7270 or fox 

resume to: 847-367-0621 




LIGHT RESIDENTIAL HOME CLEANING 

'ALMOST PERFECT' JOB 

• No Weekends or Evenings 

• Health Insurance 

• Paid Holidays & Paid Vacations 

• On the Job Training - 



• Full Time 

• Company Uniforms 

• Local Prc-Scrccncd Homes 

• Company Cars 



Join the Molly Maid Professional Home 

Team, It's more than jfttd think. 



Bilingual Spanish a plus 

(W) SM-Mlf Molly Maid 

100 S. Atkinson Rd., Suite 105, Grayslake, IL, 




cWcrfn^c>ADMIIYlSTIttTIVE/ 

LOGISTIC COORDINATOR 

Wauconda company seeking responsible 
erson for fast paced job. Ideal candidate will 
be a self-starter, able to multi-task, be organ- 
ized, and be detail oriented. Must be able to 
prioritize, create procedures, and follow direc- 
tions. Good communication skills, oral and writ- 
ten, and computer skills a must. 

Fax resume to 847-526-0770, 
or email to klmsdheartland-usa.com 





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We arc prepared to offer the right individual 

• Servicing districts in Grayslake, Beach Park, Antfoch, Mundclein, OakjGrovc, Big Hollow, & Fox Lake 

• Guaranteed 20 hours per week or more!!!* " */ • Special Education Routes Available 

• Starting wage AT MINIMUM of $ 1 2.50/hri ! (wkly payroll) • Charter Work available 

• NO BABYSITTING COSTS . . . Bring your child along with you! • Paid training, attendance bonuses, safety bonuses 

• 401(k) Retirement Plan - Bonus Pd. to Drivers w/Exp. • Health Insurance 







APPLY IN PERSON TO 

880 So. Hwy 83 - Grayslake, IL 

(847) 545-9344 FOR INQUIRES 



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$13.50 Bate- Appt. 
34 FT/FT mttte u, 

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Cesirtfesi aaerj. 

www.workforitudtntt.com 

Gurnee 847-662-1774 



FOOD 
SER VICE 

Corporals Environment 

(DMrftold Location) 

M-F, 6-2:30 

Great Customer Service 

A MUST 

Looking for 

• Cashier • 

•Gen. Utility * 

•Catering Runner • 

•Grill Cook • 

Fax resume lo Karen at 
(847) 940-6535 or call 

(847) 940-5247 



GOVERNMENT CAREERS 

HIRING for 2001/2002. Ben- 
efits/pension. No experience 
required. Up to S40,000/yr. 
postal-ext. 7000, Police ext. 
7001. Call toll free 1-866- 
809-8008. 



GROWING BUSINESS 
NEED HELP 

Work from home 
mail order 

$522/wk PT A 

www. f ret dom won .com 
1-888-709-8273 m; 

HI-CUBE EXPRESS OWNER 

Operators Home . Every 
Weekend & More *No East 
Coast *90% No Touch 
Freight *80% Drop/Hook 1- 

800-200-2823. *■»*■**.* 



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H VAC INSTALLERS 

...with truck. Residential 

and light commercial instill' 

ttions. Great pay and lota 

of work. Start immediately. 

ALL TEMP HEATING 

Call (M7) S2S-S0S2 

atk for Rich 



YOUR LINK TO 
THE FUTURE 



Independent Living 

Counselors 

Flexible positions. Need 
individuals to assist 3*4 
adults with disabilities in a 
home-like setting. Position 
requires a High School 
Diploma or GED and a 
" lid/dean driver's license. 



Northpointe 




3441 Sheridan Road 

Zion, a 60099 

Ph (847) 872-1700 

Fax (847) 872-0037 



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DRIVERS 



SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 

Starting at $12.38/hr 

(higher fur cxpd drivers!) - 

Willi First Sis*** 
Yes Get . • . 

CIIILDCARE ASSISTANCE 
(You can bring your children 
on your route!) 

PAID TRAINING, HOLI- 
DAYS 3c VACATIONS 
VARIOUS SHIFTS & II RS 
HEALTH tic LIFE INS. 

Oil NOW, and >cc why so 
many people arc making 
FIRST STUDENT their FIRST 
CHOICE. Must be at least 21 
w/valid driver's license 
(e.o.c.) 

FIRST STUDENT 
TRANSPORTATION 

362S W. WASHINGTON ST. 
PARK CITY 847-244-1066 



RECEPTIONIST 

iFor busy Gurnee medical 
practice. Duties Include 
scheduling appts., light typ- 
ing, & some computer. 
Hours may vary, must be 
flexible, willing to work alter- 
nate Saturdays. Fax re- 
sume to: (847) 244-6993 or 
Call (847) 244-6900 



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•New starting Pay Scale 
•Paid Orientation 'Earning 
Potential Up to $50,000 Per 
Year 'Full Benefits 'New 
Model Conventional Trac- 
tors 'Quality Home Time 
•Regional & OTR Drivers 
Needed NO STUDENTS 
PLEASE Call ARCTIC EX- 
PRESS #800-927-0431 

www.arcticexpress.com 

PO Box 1 29 Hilliard, OH 

48026. 



1 YEAR EXPERIENCE 

PAYS S.37 / mile for com- 
pany drivers. Owner/Op- 
erators, earn up to $.89 / 
mile, right nowl Hometimel 
Benefitsl HEARTLAND EX- 
PRESS 
1-800-441-4953 

www.heartlandexpress.com 




Graphic Artist 



We are looking for a Graphic Designer 
to join our Composition Department. 
Full or Part time hours considered. 
Candidate must know QuarkXpress and 

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possess adequate typing skills. 
Knowledge of paste-up is helpful, 
although we will train on this and other 
aspects of the job. 






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Attn: Bob Schroeder 
F 30 S. Whitney St. 
Grayslake, IL 60030 

Fax: (847) 223-881 



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please contact the names listed 
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REQUIREMENT 

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Certification 



Adtoi E. Stevenson High School District # 125 

Two Stevenson Drive, Lincolnshire, IL 60069 
Contact: Personnel x 1320 (847) 634-4000 

Aptakistic - Tripp School District #102 

1 23 1 Wetland Road, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 
Contact: Laurel Karolczak (847) 634-5338 

Big Hollow School District #38 

34699 N. Ilwy 12, Inglesidc, IL 6004 1 

Contact: Norene Buchner (847) 740-5320 

Deerfleld School District #109 

5 1 7 Decrficld Road, Deerfleld, IL 600 1 5 

Contact: Tiffany Banich Dick x222 (847) 945-1844 

Grass Lake School District #36 

26177 W. Grass Lake Road, Antioch, IL 60002 
Contact: Paul or Sue (847) 395-1 550 

Grayslake School District #46 

625 N. liarron Blvd., Grayslake, IL 60030 543-5315 
Contact: Jan Fabry x5319 (847) 223-3650 

Hawthorn School District #73 

201 Hawthorn Parkway, Vernon Hills, IL 60061 
Contact: Shari Keena PatU Barclay (847) 367-3279 

Lake Forest Elementary Schools 

95 W. Deerpath, Lake Forest, IL 60045 

Contact: Karen Allie (847) 604-7423 

Lake Villa School District #41 

131 McKinlcy, Lake Villa, 1L60U46 

Contact: Kathy (847) 356-2385 

North Chicago Community Unit School 

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2000 Lewis Ave., North Chicago, IL 60064 

Contact: Mona Armstrong (847) 689-8 1 50 

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760 Red Oak Lane, Highland Park, IL 60035 
Contact: Bill Charts (847) 831-5100 

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Contact: Lorrie xl08 (847) 52^4709 

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Contact: Personnel .(847) 360-5404 

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Contact: leannine or Mary (847) 856-360 




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Victory Lakes has the following 
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term arc facility and our retirement 
community. 

DIETARY ASSISTANTS— DISH- 
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Restaurant exp helpful but we'll train 
the right candidate. Positions work 
during dinner hours in our Indepen- 
dent living restaurant 

Full benefits package available if 
you work at least 40 hrs. In a two- 
week period; contact us to learn 
more about our NEW shift differen- 
tia]. Please apply in person at 
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NEED INVITATIONS? 

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Call Veronica 
@ Lakeland Media 

223-8161 ext. 140 



Q m 1 lilting with several others in "my company have been a 
■ victim of downsizing und nm without u job. Hie com- 
pany released me after I i yeursin the same position. I was u 
customer service representative responsible for some substan- 
tial accounts which I serviced well. 1 have several commenda- 
tions from the company and loiters from customers which I 
have recognition tor. I left the company with a salary of $52K 
which includes my benefits and Christmas bonus and I have 
been searching for a position upward of what I have made. I 
figure that I since the company gave me six weeks severance 
pay I will then go on unemployment if I need to. So far I have 
sent in my resume to several of our competitors but I have not 
head back from any but one who said they can't afford my 
salary. I spoke to an employment consultant from a firm who 
was not very encouraging when he heard the salary I was seek- 
ing. I guess my question is, am I setting my sights too high? 1 
am single and live off my own income but have gotten used to 
living well. I don't want to change my lifestyle if at all possi- 
ble. 

A i Keep in mind that when you are figuring your salary, do 
■ not include your benefits, bonuses or commissions if you 
had those too. Your salary should be your base. What you intend 
to make before perks. This docs not mean that you shouldn't have 
somewhat of an idea of what your bottom line is, including all 
those perks. It is just not ihe appropriate way to approach the job 
search. By staling that you are actively seeking S52K is closing 
the doors rapidly on opportunities. Of course it is not to say that 
there isn't someone out there who would be willing to pay. The 
figure is however, out of the ballpark fur a CSR in todays market. 
Eleven years with a company says a lot. It says that you have 
been very comfortable with an company who took very good care 
of you and recognized your latent and also knew that your year- 
ly review should provide for an increase in your salary and keep 
you happy. It didn't provide any guarantees however that if that 
ever ended (us is the case), that you would be able to pick up 
where you left off necessarily. Without question I would become 
more flexible in your bottom line. You may find that there are 
trade-offs. Belter benefit packages bonus incentives and such. 
The though of having to change one's lifestyle is never u pleas- 
ant thought. After being with the company for 1 1 years, the com- 
pany undoubtedly took a look at their finances and figured there 
were too many employees making too much money. They real- 
ized they could have the same jobs done tor less, leaving you und 
Ihe others to rethink your own finances. It's referred to us being 
priced out of the market. If you are flexible enough to listen to 
offers, you may end up on lop. Do not sit around long. Your sev- 
erance, while it is for 6 weeks, leaves you with unemployment 
there after. If changing your lifestyle is a concern, then unem- 
ployment compensation should in it fit into your plans if possible. 
Go pro-active and open minded, on this journey. Good luck! 

. Note: Nancy Sakol Is President and CEO of 

Superior Personnel, Inc in Gurnee and Vernon Hills. 

Letters and resumes may be sent to Superior 

careers® aol.com. You may also visit our website: 

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room machinist. The can* 
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tion of CNC lathes and/or 
mills. We offer full benefits 
and salary commensurate 
with experience. 

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Qualified applicants may 
send/fax (847) 395-8862 
resume with salary histo- 
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Products, Inc. 

905 Anita Avenue 
Antioch, IL 60002 

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MECHANIC^? 

Kuan, a nationwide truck 
|lcasinn co., is seeking a 
mechanic for 2nd shift, 3 to 
1 1 1:30pm, Tues.-Sat. 2-3 yrs. 
tractor trailer experience 
with a Class "A" CDI. or abili- 
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Must be able to work unsu- 
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benefits including insurance 
!& folk. 

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Home Every Night 

A key division of a multiblllion-dollar company-cur- 
rent ly expanding our U.S. operations in the PARK 
CITY/GURNEE Illinois area. Excellent opportunities 
for a business minded individual with solid customer 
service skills in home delivery service. No matter what 
your credit history is, we can get you into your own 
26' leased truck for $0 down regardless of your credit! 
Outstanding earning potential-home every nightl 

Call 847-782-5940 (Rob 




CONTRACTOR 
NEEDED 



FedEx Ground, a leader in the trans- 
portation industry, is currently looking for 
Independent Contractors. Contractors arc 
responsible for delivering and pickingup pack- 
ages from our many customers. As a contractor you 
will be placed in a designated territory. Contractors 
enjoy weekly pay and no weekends. Income is based on 
performancc.lne more you do the more you make.To quali- 
fy, you must be 21 or older, have a class "C license, and have 
one year commercial driving expcricncc.Tcmps/Swing Drivers 
also needed. Earn $ 100/day. 



DOCK WORKERS NEEDED 



It's that tune of year again.The time when you need extra cash to 
buy presents. FedEx Ground is the answer to your extra money 
woes. FedEx Ground, a leader in the transportation industry, is cur- 
rently looking for dependable loaders and unloadcrs. Earn $9.00 to 
$9. 50/hr plus tuition assistance/To qualify you must be 18 or older 
and able to pass a 50lbs. lift test. Multiple shifts available. 



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Victory Lakes has ihe following position 
available for a dctllalcd, hardworking 
person In our long Irrm are facility und 
our rvtlremcrtt community. 

•FLOOR CARE 

FULLTIME, l2Nonn-flpm. Previous 
floor cart tip. prtfcrml lo Include 
huffing, waxing, use of chemicals and 
knowledge of equipment . 

•MAINTENANCE 
ENGINEER 

FUU TIME, DAYS. Maintain Interior 
and exterior fid lilies, furniture, fix- 
turns, and equipment. Also care for 
mechanical, electrical and plumbing 
systems, as well as grounds. 
Full benefits package available 
If you work at least 40 hrs. in a 
two-week period; contact us to 
learn more about our NEW shift 
differential. 
Please apply in person at Ibe 

Continuing Care Center 

1055 Grand Avenue 
(Just east of Deep Lake Road) 

Undcntiuret, IL 

or call (847) 356-4551. 

Fax* (847) 356-4599. 

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HELP!!!! 

TRUCK DRIVERS 

Libertyville company 

seeks individual to drive 

company truck for 

deliveries. 5-speed truck 

with air brakes requiring 
CDL Must have a clean 

driving record. 
12.00 per hour to start. 

Contact: Human 
Resources Dept. 

(773)384-7000 

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CERTIFIED NURSING 
ASSISTANTS 



Hlllcrcst Nursing Center is 
an intermediate care geri- 
atric facility with positions 
available. 




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wages 'RetiredoU Pirns 

•Vacation Pay *Credil Union •Direct 

Deposit 'Health •Denial •lie 

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(847) 546-5300 
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Health Care 

CNAa 

The Village at Victory Lake 
Assisted Living Center is 
seeking two Certified Nursing 
Assistant. T*o full time. Yl-'A 

hour shift, 7am*7pm, positions 

is available for parsons 

certified in Illinois. 

Full benefits package avail* 

able if you work at least 40 

' hrs. in a two week period; 

contact us to team more about 

our NEW shift differentia]. 

Please apply in person at the 

Continuing Care C omer, 

1055 Grand Avenue (just 

east of Deep Lake Road), 

Undenhurst, IL or call 

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LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES 
UP TO $5,000 

The North Chicago VA Medical Center, located just 12 

mites southeast of Gurnee, adjacent to the Great Lakes 

Navat Base has full-lime job opportunities for LPN's In 

the Inpatient Mental Health area as well as the Geriatric 

Rehab area. These positions are days with rotations as 

well as PM's. There are also opportunities in the 

ambulatory care area, which Is primarily a Monday 

through Friday position, but can Include some weekend 

and evening responsibility. 

The VA offers competitive salaries and a comprehen- 
sive 
benefits package which includes Health and Life 
insurance, Thrift Savings Plan (401 K), Retirement, 
vacation, sick and holiday pay. Interested and qualified 
Individuals may obtain an application packet by 

contacting Prudy Uttke at: 

(414)384-2000, Extension 47295. 

Applicants may bo subject to random druo, screening. 

Equol Opportunity Employer. 




REGISTERED NURSES 

W TO STT.TT Pffff HOt/t £ SIGN OH IOHUS 

TIRED OF SKILLED NURSING CARE Hillcrcst Nursing Center is 
an intermediate care geriatric facility with positions available. 

•Vacation Pay 'Employee Parties 'Health 'Dental 

•Life 'Disability Insurance •Credit Union 

'Direct Deposit 'Retirement Plans 

Call Mercy Saavedra for information (847) 546-5300 Wl c ^l) 
1740 N. Circuit Drive, Round Lake Beach, DL •"»* •*•<* / 



RN P.M. Shift 



Hospice Alliance, Inc. has an Immediate opportunity 
available for a compassionate and caring RN to fulfill 
the mission of providing End of Life Care to the com- 
munity. Previous clinical experience is desired. 
Hospice offers a competitive benefit package. 
Qualified candidates should send their resume to: 

HOSPICE ALLIANCE, INC. Attn: Jane Miller . 

600 52nd Street Stc. 300, Kenosha, WI 53140 

tt Fax (262) 652-4628 



CNAS 



Needed in an L.T.C. Facility. Please call to 
And out If you qualify for our new rates. 
CNAs can earn up to $11.00/hr. We offer 
excellent pay & benefits. Hiring reten- 
tion bonus of $1,000.00 New graduates 

welcome!! Please call, mail/fax resume or 
apply in person at: 

MEDY NEWMAN, D.OJSI. 

LEXINGTON HEALTH CARE 
CENTER OF LAKE ZURICH 

900 S. Rand Road, Lake Zurich, a 60047 
Phone: (847) 726-1200 Fax: (847) 726-1265 



Heallh Care 

Medical Assistant 

Futl/Part Time 
For Orthopedic Surgeon 
with offices in Round 
Lake Btach and Vernon 

Hills. 

Seeking an experienced 
clinician to assist with pa- 
tients. NO weekends or 
evenings. 

Contact Bath at 

(647) 634-9400, exl. 141 



Staff Pharmacist 

Wyoming. Immed opening. 
We have F/T position open 
in our hospital-based 
pharmacy. Bachelor of Sci- 
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must have or be elig. for a 
Wyoming tic. Apply: Memo- 
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County, PO Box 460, Raw* 
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MEDICAL OPPORTUNITIES 

HELP WANTED AD? ■ 
Call (847) 223-8161 



Health Care 

Registered Nurses 
LPNs & CNAs 
Phlebotomists 

Medical Assistants 
Medical Receptionists 

Opportunities for shift work, 

part-and full-time In a varie- 
ty of settings, including 
hospitals, medical clinics 
and nursing homes. Also 

RN/BSN with 3-5 years 

management experience for 
Clinical Nursing/Manage 
ment position. These are 
possible contract-to-hire op- 
portunities in the Wauke- 
gan-Gurnee area. Excellent 
pay and great benefits, in- 
cluding heallh and dental 
insurance. Call Edward 
Hendron, staffing super- 
visor, at 847-856-1307 for 
details or fax resume to: 

847-856-1804 

Manpower 
Health Care 

1425Tri-StalePkwy*130 

Gurnee IL 60031 

www.greatiobsillinois.com 




Medical 
Opportunities 



HEALTH CAKE 

GREAT PAY, GOOD 

BENEFITS. SHIFT AND 

WEEKEND DIFFERENTIAL 

Victory Lakes has the fol- 
lowing positions available for 
dedicated, hardworking peo- 
ple In our long term care 
facility and our retirement 
community. 

LPN/STAFF RN— Full time, 

Part time, and per diem. Day, 
evening and night positions 
available; must be licensed in 
Illinois. 

CNAs — Full time, Part time, 
and per diem. Day, evening 
and night positions available. 

PHYSICAL THERAPY— 

Per diem, Saturdays onry.Must 
be a graduate of an approved 
school of physical therapy 
and possess current IL licen- 
sure and CPR certification. 

Full benefits package avail- 
able If you work at least '(0 
hrs. In a two-week period; 
contact us to learn more 
about our NEW shift differen- 
tial. Please apply In person 
at the Continuing Care 
Center, 1055 Grand Avenue 
(just east of Deep lake Road), 
Llndcnhurst, IL or call (817) 
356-1551. Fax: 847-3564599. 
clunna@VlstalIealth.com 
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Lake Forest rheumatol- 
ogist searching for part 
time RADIOLOGY 
TECH for bone and 
joint x-rays. This is an 
opportunity to develop 
a new service. Candi- 
dates must "take 
charge" and be well 
organized. Competitive 
income. 

Forward 
resumes to 

WEBB ASSOCIATES 

280 West 59th 

Street, Suite 100, 

Downers Grove, 

Illinois 60516 
Fax 630/241-1970 






BUSINESS 
FOR SALE 

WELL 

ESTABLISHED 

CARPET CLEANING 

COMPANY WITH 

STRONG 

CUSTOMER BASE. 

SERVICING LAKE 

COUNTY FOR 

13 YEARS. 

847-395-2122 




Business 
Opportunities 



IF WE COULD SHOW YOU 

HOW TO MAKE AN 

EXTRA S30O-S1000VMO. 

WORKING 3-10HRS. 

A WEEK. 

Would you be Interested? 
www.mypctowork.com 



RETIRE IN 3 YEARS 

EARNING $8,000 A MONTHI 

Opportunity available with 
leading food science com- 
pany, patentend products. 
Part time/Full time. For 
more info, call Francis or 
Janice. 

(847) 225-0951 




ELDERLY CARE. LIVE In/Or 

Come & Go. Exc. ref. 

{847)838-0975 or 262-857- 
2266. 



Child Care 




CHILDCARE AVAILABLE IN 

my Gurnee. home, Tues., 
Wed. & Thurs. Mondays pos- 
sible. 6am-6:30pm. New- 
borns & up. Julie (847) 
680-5968. 

DAYCARE HOME IN ANT1- 

OCH Has openings 6/wks.- 
12yrs. old. Large toving 
home, w/lg, fenced yd., 
close to schools, Full/P.T., 
betore/after school, 6am- 
6pm. 15yrs. exp., exc* ref. 
Call Angela (847) 

395-4572. 

DAYCARE OPENINGS 

15YRS. experience, 2-FT, 1- 

PT, three yrs. & up. Will love 
and nurture your child In my 
home. Fenced yard, play- 
ground, structured learning 
& playtime/field trips, meals* 
and snacks provided. Rt. 12 
In Wauconda. Ref. available. 
5:30am-6pm. Tasha (847) 

487-4304. 

DEPENDABLE FT/PT CHILD- 
CARE in my non-smoking 
Lake Villa homeFenced 
yard. Meals & snacks provid- 
ed. Call Tina (847) 
356-0520. 

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employment 



We Offer Nannies 
House-keepers, 

and Caregivers 
Call for more info: 

(8 1 5H59-9640 
(847)-40 1-0309 



GURNEE MOM HAS full or 

part-time chitdcare openings, 
lots of fun and activities in a 
safe, healthy, loving environ- 
ment. Any ages welcome. 

Please call (847) 249-3586. 

Located at Grand and Rt. 
41. 



LINDENHURST MOM HAS 

FT opening for toddler to 4 
yr. old in loving, clean & 
smoke-free home. Meals 
and snacks Included. 847- 

356-2697. 




#4002: 5 Pretty 8" "maids". Pattern also includes a 
bride & an angel. Simple to make over a tube. Fill 

skirt w/potpourri or use in a seasonal wreath. 
Bride doll perfect for Shower center piece & angel 
for your treetop. This pattern is $6.25, - 



All Patterns are $5.50 each 



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LOVING BEACH PARK 

mom will care tor your child 
in my home, nice neighbor- 
hood, large yard, great envi- 
ronment, ages & up. Be- 
fore & after school care also 
available. Educational activi- 
ties & meals also included. 
Great rates & references. 

Call Terry (847) 731-2480. 
LOVINQ MOTHER OF 2 will 

provide FAT daycare In my 
Round Lake Beach home. 
Meats/snacks included. 

Please call (847) 356-1402, 

(847)899-1402. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH MOM 

has FT openings. First Aid 
certified. Meals and snacks 
Included. Infants welcome. 
Located at 83 & Monaville. 
Call for more Information 

Shirley (847) 356-7954. 




School/Instruction 



EARN YOUR COLLEGE DE- 
GREE QUICKLY. Bachelor's, 
Master's, Doctorate by corre- 
spondence based upon prior 
education, experience and 
study course. Free catalog. 
Cambridge State University 

(800) 964-831 6. 24hrs. 
COMPUTER TRAINING. 

Your location or mine. Call 

today (847) 778-6276 




Antiques 



ROLL TOP DESK Classic 

American, made by Shelby- 
ville, IN company, circa 
1910. Quartersaw oak, 42 
drawers, cabinets, cubby 
holes, chair included, exc. 
cond. Must see. Make offer. 

Georae (847) 577-0142. 

Appliances 




CALORIC GAS RANGE. Self- 
cleaning oven. Almond 
w/black front. Excellent 
condition. $200. Sharp mi- 
crowave. All automatic 
features. 1,000 watts. S75. 

847-395-2015. 



Bazaars/Crafts 




CLASS USED CERAMIC 
MOLDS. Collection of 200. 
Many varieties available. 
Paints and miscellaneous. 

847-395-7813 



Building Materials 




STEEL BUILDING SALE 

5,000+ sizes 40x60x14, 
$9,976. 50x75x14, $12,585, 
50x100x16, $16,114, 

60x100x16, $17,791. Mini 
storage buildings, 40x160, 32 
units, $16,914. Free 

brochures, 



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Sentinel Buildings, 800-327- 
0790, extension 79. 



Farm Guide 




RETRO STYLE KITCHEN 

SET, formica table top, 
chrome legs, 6 chairs, needs 
reuphotstering, $90. (847) 

367-8791 . 




Rrewood 



SEASONED 
HARDWOODS. 

Free delivery & stacking. 

S65 F.C. 
(847)566-6138. 



TIRED OF BEING COLD? 

Well, look no further, call 

Mungle's Firewood at: 

(847) 826-961 9 or 

(847) 356-7098. 

Get all the firewood you 
need, for those long 
romantic evenings, 
fate night family get 

togethers, or when it's just 

tocotdto-bareTGetthe 

wood you need, without 

"Burning* a hole In your 

pocket. We deliver and 

stack it for youl 



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MEDICAL OPPORTUNITIES 
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Garage 
Rummage Sale 



GARAGE SALE 23 Chestnut 

Terrace, Buffalo Grove, ILL 
(between 22 & Aptaklsic off 
of Prairie). Loads of childrens 
clothes, Little Tykes toys, 
high chairs, bikes, baby 
seats, vending machines, 
etc, etc., etc. Thurs, 10/18, 

8:30-1 pm. Fri. 10/19, 8:30- 
1pm. Sat. 10719, 8am-1pm. 

GARAGE SALE FRI. 10/19, 
Sat. 10/20, 9am-4pm. 1249 
Karyn Ln. (off 120 W. of 45 
left on Harris), Grayslake. 
Lots of home and holiday 
decor, Weber fire pit, 9ft, 

umbrella & lots more. 

HUGE RUMMAGE SALE 

Clothes, furniture, house- 
hold, books, toys, etc. Bou- 
tique. North Shore Unitarian 

Church . 

2100 Hall Day Rd. 

(Rt. 22). 

Deerfield. 
(Just E. of Tollway). 

Sat., Oct. 20th. 

8:30am-2pm. 
$2 bag sale at 1:15. 

INSIDE SALE 

RAIN OR SHINE 
322 W. Rollins Rd. 

Round Lake Beach. 
Saturday & Sunday. 
Toys, clothes, household 
goods, knick-knacks, 
comic books & more. 
Proceeds go to 

"JOEY'S HOPE" 

For the treatment against 
Cerebral Palsy. ' 

Phillips Magnavox Web TV, 
w/remote, S75. COLLECT 
ELEPHANTS? Antique ele- 
phant hall table 4x4, 
w/round top , very ornate 
from Italy. Elephant trunk 
Is up, $150. Sunbeam grill, 
2-burners & side burner lor 
pot cooking, extra lava rocks, 
$75/*irm, used one season, 
needs cfeaning. (847) 395- 
0490, if no answer leave 
name & number, all calls re- 
turned. 

MULTI FAMILY SALE Fri.. 
10/19, Sat., 10/20, 9am- 
3pm. 1530 Juneway, Round 
Lake Beach. Great Bar- 
gains!) 

MUNOELEIN NEIGHBOR- 
HOOD GARAGE SALE 442 

Fairhaven Ln. (at Prospect & 
Hawley/176).. China hutch, 
LR/BR furniture, childrens 
bed & desk, changing table, 
baby items. Bedding, linens, 
small appliances, kitchen 
utensils, dishes, infant-adult 
clothing, toys & more. New 
items everydayll Fri., 8am- 
4:30pm, Sat., 8am-2pm, 
Sun, 8-1 1am. 

THREE FAMILY GARAGE 

SALE. 104 Alexandra Ct, 
Mundelein. Friday, Oct 19th 
& Saturday, Oct 20th, begin- 
ning at 8:30am. Includes 
many household Items, 
clothes, crafts, furniture and 
like new industrial office furni- 
ture. 

WINNETKA 
RUMMAGE SALE! 

Winnetka Congregational 

Church. 

Corner Lincoln/Pine 

Exit Tower 94S. 

Sat Oct. 20th. 

9AM-2PM 

Books, Furniture, Winter 

Clothing, Housewares, 

Antiques, Lamps, Rugs, 

Computers, TVs, Hardware, 

Holiday Decorations, Baskets 

& Morel 

(847) 446-0575. 

AFTER YOU'VE HAD YOUR 

BIG SALE, and there is still 
things that just did not go.... 
Call us at LAKELAND News- 
paper* and run it under the 
'FREE or Giveaways" class'-. 
fied column. FREE ADS are 
NO CHARGEI . (847) 
223-6161, ext. 191. 





Horses & Tacks 



HUNTER/JUMPER BARN, 

medium green pony, for sale 
or lease. • Children/adult 
horse lor sate or lease. 8yr, 
old Hanoverian for sale. In- 
quiries (312) 915-0868, cell 
(312) 315-2972 leave mess. • 




Household Goods 
Furniture 



'01 ALL NEW- MATTRESS 
SETS Full-$90, Queen- 
$130, Klng-$170. SAVE 
$$$l Call (847) 394-9883. 

100% ITALIAN LEATHER 

SOFA SET. Full grain, Grade 
A premium select, hand tai- 
lored sofa, loveseat, chair, 
ottoman. Brand new in plas- 
tic w/warranty. Made In Italy 
by Mantellassi. Retail 

$5,000, sacrifice $2,250. 
(262) 620-9450 

BABY ITEMS LIKE new in 

original boxes. Trendsetter 
stroller, swing, play pen, bas- 
sinet and more. Inlant/tod- 
dler girls clothing. Call for 
info. (847)587-7891. 

BEDROOM SET 7 piece 
solid cherrywood, English, 
dove tail with finished velvet 
drawers, $6,000 value, sell 

$1,950.(630)669-1095. 
BUNK BEDS DARK WOOD 

w/mattresses, dresser w/mir- 
ror, chest of drawers, 

$50G/best. (847) 244-6150. 

CHERRYWOOD DINING- 
ROOM SET, 92" double ped- 
estal table, 6-Chippendale 
chairs, lighted china cabinet, 
dovetail construction, brand 
new. Retail $8,200, selling 
for S2.550. Sideboard avail- 
able, $495. (262) 620-9450. 

CHILDREN'S BDRM. SET: 

bunk bed w/double bottom 
& twin top, mattresses incl., 
dresser w/mirror. All white. 

$175. Cell (847) 420-1967. 
DINING AND DINETTE 

SETS, assorted desks and as- 
sorted light fixtures, grandfa- 
ther clock, armoires and as- 
sorted couches with love- 
seats. By owner. (847) 
438-6997. 



DO YOU NEED TO 
SELL AN INEXPEN- 
SIVE ITEM FOR 
$100 OR LESS? 
GET YOUR AD IN THE 
11 "LAKELAND" HOME 
TOWN PAPERS, THE 
GREAT LAKES 
BULLETIN 
ft 
THE MARKET JOURNAL 
FOR ONLY S6 PER WEEK 
BY CALLING 
(647) 223-B161 
ASK FOR USA. 
EXT. 191 



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FULL SIZE QUEEN & KING 
MATTRESS SETS. Brand 
new, still in plastic. Cost 

$599, sell $199. (262) 
620-9450. 



GIANT MATTRESS 
SALE 

WHOLESALE TO YOU. 

Twin mattress set, $99. 

•Full mattress set, $150. 

'Queen Mattress set-deluxe, 

$1 75. 

* Queen pillow top mattress 

set, $240. 

•King mattress set 3-pc., 

$290. 

Name brands with full 
factory guarantee, 
Wholesale to you. ' 
We beat all prices. 

Sheldon Cord Products. 

2201 W. Devon, Chicago. 

Open 7 days. 

(773) 973-7070. 



MAKE YOUR CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING EVEN MORE 
EFFECTIVE with a FREE 

classified listing' '. at 
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<http , i/www.lakeil.com>. . 

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Household Goods 
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HOME FURNISHINGS FOR 
SALE. LESS THAN 3YRS. 
OLD. Norwalk sofa, S250; 
Thomasville Club Chairs (2), 
wilh Olloman, S30O; Norwalk 
Upholstered Chair, S50; 
Lane Pine Coffee Table, 
S100; Lane Pine Sofa 
Table, S100; King Brass 
Bed: headboart/footboard, 
S75; Boys Drawer set, S25; 
Boys Night table, S25; Whirl- 
pool Electric Dryer, S100. 

(847)949-7135. 

KING SIZE ULTRA PLUSH 

MATTRESS never used, still 
In plastic, 15yr. warranty. 

Sell S299. (630)330-6681. 



USED LAWN MOWERS. $40 
& up. (847) 740-2415 after 
6pm. 

WALK BEHIND MOWER 
Ransome/Bobcat, hydro 
drive, 62in, deck, 40 hours, 
like brand new, S4.300. 

(847) 846-0996. 




NEVER WORN BRIDES- 
MAID'S DRESSES. Four vari- 

ous sizes ol lavender, chif- 
fon, spaghetti straps. Paid 
S200/ea., will to sell lor 

Sl20/best. (847) 548-6181. 



KING/QUEEN BEDROOM- 
SETS, CHERRY sleigh bed. 

chest, dresser with mirror, 
nightstand. Never used. Re- 
tail $6,500, sell for S2.450. 
(262) 620-9450. 

MOVING SALE LAKE VILLA 

All furniture and tools must 
gol 3 ton Rheem Condens- 
ing unit and much more. 

25341 W. Lincoln. (847) 
587-4813. 

MUST SELL KING 5325, 
QUEEN S225, ORTHOPE- 
DIC PILLOW-TOP MAT- 
TRESS plus box, new still in 
plastic, start S295. (815) 
546-8901. 

MUST SEE TO APPRECI- 
ATE. 2-peach swivel chairs, 
S150/ea. Fossil stone; cof- 
fee table, S300, sofa table, 
$300, pedestal table, $100. 
All exc. cond., will negotiate. 

(847) 356-2293. 

RECENTLY REUPHOL- 

STERED SIMMONS HIDE-A- 
BED SOFA, exc. cond. 

Youth computer desk and 

chair. (847) 587-4552. 




Miscellaneous 




Lavvn/Gurden 



BOLENS SNOWTHROWER 
ATTACHMENT, Model 

19240, was used on Bolens 
tractor, 17hp. $i50/best. 

(847) 872-7076. 

CHIPPER/SHREDDER 5HP 
SEARS, like new, $350/best. 
(847) 602-6778. - 

ECKO SHREDDER/CHIP- 
PER VACUUM, like new. 
S475/best. (815) 385-0685 
after 6pm. 



MOTIVATIONAL CAS- 

SETTES, excellent condition. 
Over S500 value. Best offer. 

(847)516-3425. 

DO YOU NEED TO SELL 

THAT INEXPENSIVE ITEM 

FOR $100 OR LESS. 

GET YOUR AD IN THE 

11 HOME TOWN PAPERS 

THE 

GREAT LAKES 

BULLETIN 

& 

THE MARKET JOURNAL 

FOR ONLY $5 PER WEEK 

BY CALLING 

(847)223-8161 

EXT 191 
ASK FOR LISA. 

WHY BUY NEW? 
BIKES, LAWN MOWERS, 
APPLIANCES, TOYS OR 
WHATEVER YOU'RE LOOK- 
ING FOR....,YOU'LL ADD UP 
THE SAVINGS WHEN YOU 
BUY A "LIKE NEW USED 
ITEM FROM THE "LAKE- 
LAND NEWSPAPER CLAS- 
SIFIEDS - . 

GOOD STUFF 1963 40hp. 
BOAT MOTOR, good run- 
ner, S400/best. Trans 350 

short shaft, works well, 
5210/best. Call before 9pm. 

(847) 587-1223 leave mes- 
sage. 



AMERICAN FLAGS 

•Arner. Flags.. small 

$9.oo/dz. 
'Arner. Flags.Jarge S12/dz. 

*Amer. Flag pins-$6/dz. 
'Amer.Flag lapel pins-$9/dz. 
* Arner. Flag Lighters*S9/dz. 

All Arner. Flag Items in 
Stock. Call (773) 973-7070. 



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Miscellaneous 



COMBO VENDING MA- 
CHINES 18-snack, 5*soda, 

w/changers. Wifo says must 
get out ol garage. Make me 
any oiler. Must sell. (847) 

910-6022, pager (708) 324- 
7044. 

FOR SALE 4-BICYCLES, (2) 
26fn„ 5yrs„ S50/ea. (2) 
24in., $25/ea. Also 1 car bat- 
tery used 67mo„ $25. 38758 
N. Greenbay Rd,, Beach 
Park, III. (3 blocks S. Wads- 
worth & Green Bay Rd.). 

SOY WAX CANDLES, 

healthy alternative, clean 
burning, no black soot, long- 
er burning than paraffin, 
waler soluable, bio-degrade- 
able, cleaner. Many scents 
available. Call Sue (847) 395- 
7036. 

WHIRLPOOL GAS RANGE 

TOP, S100. Hutch with glass 
lighted China top, $100. 

(847)973-2106. 

GENERATOR DAYTON 

10HP, 5,000watt, electric 
start, 240/120 volt, $750; 

chipper/shredder, 8hp, 

Craftsman, $425; . garage 
trash compactor, $90. (847) 

234-6454. 

SAWMILL S3895. new super lunv 
bermate 2000. large capacities, 
mor options, MonuJacurer of saw- 
mills, edgers and skiddors. Nor- 
wood Sawmills, 252 Soowil Drive. 
Buffalo, NY 14225. 1-800-576- 
1363 ext. 30O-N. 

Hoi tub buyers. All remaining 

stale fair display models, 

drastic discounts, limited 

quantities, tree video, price list 

1-BO0-869-O406 

www.goodlilespa.com 

We deliver 



A+M+M MARS/NESTLE ES- 
TABLISHED Vending Route. 
Will sell by 10/29/01. Under 

S9k minimum investment re- 
quired. Excellent profit poten- 
tial. Finance available/good 

credit. Toll free (888) 737- 
7133. 



STOP FORECLOSURE!! BE- 
HIND on your mortgage? 
Don't tile bankruptcy. We 
can help you save youru 
home. Guaranteed service ■» 

800-915*9704 ext. 400. 

GET CASH FAST! S100-S500 
■CONVENIENT EASY QUAL- 
IFICATIONS' APPLY BY 
PHONE-NEVER LEAVE 

HOME, FUNDS DEPOSITED 
TO CHECKING ACCOUNT 
NEXT DAY. Loans by county 
Bank Member FDIC-EOL 1- 
800-882-0644. 

$3,200 WEEKLY! MAILING 

800 brochures! Guaranteed! 
Free supplies/postage. Mail 
LSASE: Celebrity Mailers, 
16625 Redmond Way #M233- 
C6, Redmond. WA. 98052. 
www.celebrilymailers.com 

POSTAL JOBS. UP to 
S18.35/hr. Hiring for 
2001/2002. Paid training. 
Full benelits. No experience 
required. Call toll free 

7:30am-11pm. CST 1-888- 
726-9083x1700. 

THREE PIECE WOOD BED- 
ROOM SET, $200/negoti- 
abte. Apple printer, $10. Any 
for or best otter. (847) 

356-3009. 




INVENTORS-FREE IN- 

FORMATION PACKAGE. 

Have your new product idea 
developed & professionally 
presented to manufacturers. 
Ca|l Davison, an award win- 
ning firm. Patent assistance 
available 1 -800-677-6382. 




Medical Equip 
Supplies 



BRAUN ELECTRIC 

WHEELCHAIR LIFT, for van, 
S550/best. {847)516-9887. 



FOR SALE 

Full-sized compactible 

wheelchair. 

S225. 

Adult adjustable 

aluminum crutches. 

S30. 

Adult adjustable walker, 

545. 

CALL TODAY 
(847) 244-5408. 



MOTORIZED SHOPPING 

CART, bought from gro- 
cery/department store, new 
battery. Asking S600 negoti- 
able. (815) 385-1257 after 

4pm. 




Pets & Supplies 



AMERICAN PIT BULL 

PUPS, 7/wks., wine breed, 
red nose, white & tan. As 
good as it gets for the price, 

S250. (262)539-3561. 

BOXER PUPPIES, 7/WKS. 

old, S400. (815) 653-9620, 
(815)378-9310. 

GERMAN ROTTWEILER 

3YR. old mate, good dog. 
needs lots of attention, fully 
trained, house trained, 

S350/best. (847) 497-3466. 

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP- 
PIES, AKC reg., German 
bloodlines. 4-females left, 
black & tan, $800. (815) 
547-9390. 

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS 

100% German Import blood- 
lines, AKC, OFA/ DNA Certi- 
fied. Guaranteed (847) 
713-2695. 

GREAT DANE PUP, born 

Aug. 2nd, 1-male brindle 

AKC, S800. (630) 

260-91 98. 

IGUANA MALE, 4 -1/2 FT., 

w/big tank, 7'x5\ includes all 
accessories. Needs good 
home and lots of attention. 
Very easy to handle and 
take out. 5900/best. Call 

Josh (262)862-9341. 

ONE YR. OLD MILITARY 

MCCAW, with cage, 
51,500/best. (847) 

587-6240. 

PETS it SUPPLIES - In 

home dog training obedi- 
ence, house breaking, prob- 
lem solving. Call Mike at 

847-223-0326 

QUAKER PARROT WITH 

cage, 9/mo. S300. (847) 

740-2482. 





"Smokey" is a 9 year old male Seal 
Point Siamese. He is very person- 
able and loves to sun himself in the 
kitchen chair. His favorite food is 
tuna. He does have a special sound 
when he talks to his owner. 

Octobftr, 2001 . 




POMERANIAN PUPPIES 

AKC, (5), parents on premis- 
es, prices vary, reasonable 
rates, 8/wks. old on 9/21. 
(847)543-1154. 

THANKSGIVING AKC GER- 
MAN SHEPHERD PUPS, 

S500/ea. Parents present. 
Black Lab pups, S150/ea. 
Mom present. (847) 

223-3396. 

TWO COCKATIELS WITH 

cage & all accessories, 

S100. (262)279-9744. 




Restaurant 
Equipment 



RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 

FOR SALE Bakery display 
cases, refrigeralors, freezers, 
Ice maker, etc. (262) 

262) 642-4726. 

Tools & 
Machinery 




WALKER TURNER 10" CAB- 
INET SAW, 3hp, 208volt, 

$450. 10" Craftsman radial 
arm saw, $200. 10" Flex- 
drive Craftsman table saw, 
$200. 11 hp Ingersoll Rand 
air compressor, electric start, 
S1.150. Maytag electric dry- 

$200.(847)473-4198. 



er, 



Wanted To Buy 



SWE PAY CASH* 

TVS, VCR'S, DVD'S, HOME 

STEREOS, 

CAR STEREOS, 

TOOLS, JEWELRY, 

MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS, 

GAMES, ETC. 

CALL TRADER JON'S (847) 

740-i 



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Slot Machines WANTED- 
ANY CONDITION- or 
Paris. Alao JUKE BOXES, 
MUSIC BOXES, Nlcktlo- 
deon and Coke Machines. 
Paying CASH! Call 
(630)905-2742. 

U.S. COINS, SINGLE, lots, 

sets or collections. Call 

Henry (847) 223-7213. 
WANTED TO BUY 1-10 

acres near Ill/Wise, border, 
to build storage building. 
Ask for Jared (262) 
862-251 7. 




Homes For Sale 



$ O DOWN HOMES 

Gov't & Bank Foreclosures! 

HUD, VA, FHA. 

SO to Low Down 

No Credit O.K.I 

For Listings: 

800-501-1777 
ext. 9203. 

i eeee see see* #•*«••*•••**« ****e*Q 

RAYSLAKE SCHOOLS 
4-BR, 2-1/2 BATH, 

1 year old 2-story 

Lots of upgrades! 

Must see dreamy homel 

$212,500. 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT&SUN12-3PM. 

1260 E. Greystone Drive 

. (847)223-8434. 



ANTIOCH $149,000. RANCH, 

3-bd., 1-1/2 ba., Ig. yard, 
2+car gar w/workshop, walk 
to swimming, fishing & boat- 
ing. (847) 265-6735 for appt. 



ANTfOCH 3-BD., 2-BA. trt-lev- 

el, 1 block North of Centenni- 
al Park. Finished English 
basement w/lireplace, liv- 
ing/diningrooms, laundry- 
room, deck, kitchen applianc- 
es including microwave and 
blinds stay. Asking 
$169,900/ Call for appt. 

(847)395-6764. 

ANTIOCH NEW CONSTRUC- 
TION downtown location, 3- 
bd., 2-ba. raised ranch, 

$169,900.(847)838-2868. 

ANTIOCH RANCH COUNTRY 

SETTING on 2 lots w/gar, 2- 
bd., 1-ba., Irvingroom, family- 
room, sunroom, asking 

.$135,000. (847) 395-5203, 
(847) 395-5960. 

BURLINGTON, WISC. NEW 

4-bedroom, 2-1/2 bath, 
23008q.fl, hardwood floors, 
large kitchen, landscaped, In 
new subdivision, $199,500. 
(262) 763-5040. 



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BY OWNER. NO banks. 

Easy quality. Low, down. 

Minor fixer. (773)637-7531. 

SO. COLORADO RANCH 40 

acres 29,900. 1st time of- 
leredl Enjoy counlry living 
yet close to city amenities, 
rolling fellds wilh rocky mtn 
views yr round survey 
tel/elec excellent financing, 
call red creek ranch loll freel- 

877-676-6367 

EXQUISITE JOHNSBURG 
4200SO.FT., 5-bd., 3-1/2 

ba., livlngroom, dinlngroom, 
beautiful familyroom w/fire- 
place, swimming pool & 
huge deck, 3+car gar., unfin- 
ished 9ft. basement. Re- 
duced. Must relocate. 

S389.9 00. (773)637-7531. 

LINDENHURST F.S.B.O. 
2YR. OLD 2-story. 4-bd., 2- 
1/2 ba., with brick front, hard- 
wood floors throughout, very 
well maintained. (847) 

245-8705. 

F.S.B.O. 4-BD. RANCH on 

3.7 acres in Antioch Town- 
ship, 2-baths, 2-car art. gar., 
3-1/4 unfinished bsmt, laun- 
dry on main floor. (847) 

395-2563. 

FOR SALE NEW HOMES IN 
BEAUTIFUL TWIN LAKES, 

Wl„ on new deadend street. 
9 lots to choose from. 

Homes starting at $134,900. 

Includes 1 ,768sq.tt. home 
with 3-bd. ( 2-ba. & garage. In- 
cludes lot, asphalt driveway 
& seeded yard. (262) 
208-9090. 



FORECLOSED HOMES 

Antioch, Gurnee, Munde- 
lein, Round Lake, Wauke- 
gan and Zton. Atscother 
areas available 
Coop & Associates Realty 
Phone (630) 227-0394. 



FOX LAKE 4-BD. or 3 bd., 

fam rm., 1-1/2 ba„ fpl., ap- 
pliances, big yard, all for only 

$129,500. BETTER HURRYI 

New Liberty RE. (630) 
351-9800. 

FOX LAKE BY owner. Two 

Bedroom Ranch on wooded 
acre. Priced to sell, $110,000! 

847-358-8643. 

FOX LAKE VISTA 4-bd. 

home w/additional in-law ar- 
rangement on 3 lots. Just re- 
habbed. Chain O'Lakes ac- 
cess. $159,900. (847) 
587-1200 Tami Morgan Q 
Edwards & Co. 

FOX LAKE. WATERRIGHTS. 
5YR. OLD 2-story. Brick front 
w/porch. 2,200 sq. tt. LR/DR 

w/column. Kit. w/island. Lrg. 

FR. 2-FP. 3BR & loft w/blt.-in 

desk. 2-sty, foyer. White trim 
& 6*panel drs. Mstr. bath 
w/jacquizzi tub & w-ln closet. 
Ceramic tile kit. & baths. 9' 
clgs. 3 skylights. Full finished 
basement. Aggregate patio, 
bit. -in pool. Backs to nature 
preserve. Priv. pier. Hickory 

Cove sub. $259,900. 847- 
973-0832. 



Gov't Foreclosures 

Round Lake 3 Br. $95K. 

Wauconda, 3 Br. S88K. 

Waukegan 3 Br. S80K, & 

4Br. S138K. 
N. Chicago 3 or. S80K 

Make otter, investors welcome 
Western Realty 

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GRAYSLAKE 136 BURTON 

St. 3-bd., 1-1/2 ba., 3 doors 
from the lake, 2-1/2 car gar., 

21 OK. (847)548-8752. 

GRAYSLAKE 51 Crisfield Dr., 
In Chesapeake Farms. 3- 
bd., 2-ba, ranch, full fin. 
bsmt., S1 89,900. (847) 
548-8720. 

GRAYSLAKE SADDLE- 

BROOK FARMS 55* COM- 
MUNITY, 2-bd., 2-ba., Wood- 
fern model, 2-car gar., ceiling 
fans, upgraded appliances, 
window treatments stay, 
$154,000. Seller wants off- 
ers. (847) 223-2392. ' : 

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GRAYSLAKE SPACIOUS 

BRICK custom home, warm 
country feel, 4-bd., 2-1/2 ba., 
English walk-out basement, 
5 acres, suitable tor horses, 
$460,000. Call today 
Florence ' Emting, ReMax 
Center 1-800-21 1-RELO. 



GRAYSLAKE/LAKE VILLA A 

recent foreclosure bit. In 
1990, w/3-bd., 1-1/2 ba., 
new carpet, paint, Grayalake 
Schools. $169,900. Wan- 
land (773) 545-3134. .. 




GURNEE 

& 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 

AREA 

3-bds„ 2-bas., 2-car gar. 

P & I monthly S770. 

(7.2 APR). 

No money downl 

For Info call Tom 

(847) 605-8287. 

GSF, Mtg. IL Res. Mtg. Lie. 



GURNEE 2-STORY ALL 
brick and stucco, 2-car at- 
tached garage, 5-bedrooms, 
4*baths, familyroom, formal di- 
nlngroom, oak staircase and 
trim, 2 masonry fireplaces, 
laundryroom, full basement. 
Very attractive home in nice lo- 
cation, S335.000. (847) 
623-2870. 

GURNEE 3-BD., 1-1/2BA. 

ranch, FH/CA, 1-car atf. gar. 
New kitchen floor, remodeled 
bathroom, new garage and 
screen doors. Large fenced 
backyard to a field. Above 
ground pool. Fresh paint 
throughout. All appliances 
stay. Located on Grand (132) 
& 45 (1 mile from Gurnee 
Mills). Low taxes; S142.900. 
Call Stan (847) 265-1799. 

GURNEE CONCORD OAKS, 

4-i/2yrs. old, single family 
home. 3-bd.; 2-1/2 ba., living- 
room, dlningroom, kitchen, 
all appliances stay, full fin. 
bsmt., brick patio, cul-de-sac 
location, grt. neighborhood, 

$210,000.(847)855-9305. 
GURNEE F.S.B.O. 2-STORY 

single family home on cul-de- 
sac In Ravinia Woods Sub. 4- 
bd., 2-1/2 ba., 2-1/2 car gar., 
full unfinished bsmt., huge 
lot w/deck, fireplace & hard- 
wood floor in familyroom, 

$248,000. (847) 543-0687. 

GURNEE F.S.B.O. 4-BD., 2* 

1/2 ba., 2-car gar., full unfin- 
ished bsmt., on private tot. 
Great location. In sought 
atter Delaware Crossings 
Sub. $266,000. (847) 
548-4232. 



HARVARD 

713 W. Brink St. 

(Rt. 173-West) 

(8 1 5) 943-7658. 

Brick and aluminum siding, 

2 to 3 bedrooms, 2-baths, 

familyroom, Zoned B-3, 

2-1/2 car gar. (heated with 

floor drain), C/A, fireplace^ 

Peila windows, new roof, ' 

Phase-3 electric, taxes , 

$2,400. Work and live in ' 

same location $1 30,000. 



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HIGHLAND PARK OPEN 

House, Sua, 12pm-3pm., 
1833 McCraren, Sherwood 
Forest. Spacious 4-bd., 2.5 
ba., oak floors, FP, tin. 
bsmt., 2-car gar., new roof, 
updated kitchen, S399K. 
(847) 831-5209. 

HOUSE FOR SALE BY 

OWNER Great starter home. 
2-bedroom home on mature 
wooded lot just 1/2 block 
from the lake. Lake rights to 
Round Lake Beach. Large 
kitchen, new roof, new cabi- 
nets, new carpeting through- 
out. Blacktopped driveway 
and maintenance free alumi- 
num siding. Only $75,000. 
Shown by appt. only. Call 
Sherry (847) 740-4485, Randi 
(847) 223-2466, Dawn (847) 
546-3654 for appt. 

HOUSE FOR SALE BY 

OWNER In Western Ke- 
nosha County, 15 minute 
commute to 1-94. Waterfront 
footage, 2-story, 4-bd., 2-1/2 
ba. w/separate gar., C/A, 
great setup If you are a care 
giver. Seller anxious, make 
me an offer. $179,900. 
Shown by appt. 4824 330th 
Ave., (262)537-3241. 

I BUY HOUSES 

•Any Condition. 

Fasti Don't Foreclose! 

Cash or Terms. 

Call (847) 356-6488. 



INGLESIDE BEAUTIFUL 

VIEW, on a hill, secluded 
desd-end street. 3-bd., 3-full 
ba., 2-ttone wsll fireplaces, 
2-1/2 csr gsr., 3/4 sere, 
open inside, low texts. 
Ready to move in. $166,900. 
(847) 546-2337. 

LAKE VILLA HOME 

With (akerfghts. 3-bd., 

3-1/2 ba., custom bit. 

neighborhood. 

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INGLESIDE CHAIN-O- 
LAKES*" "NEW HOUSE**. 

Stanlon Point Sub. Raised 
ranch, 3BR, 1-1/2 BA, LL & 

garage finished. Lot approx. 
100H x 140ft. Walking dis- 
tance to school bus stops. 
Water rights to Fox Chain-Q- 

Lakes. Must see to appreci- 
ate! 
••$229,000 — By Owner •• 

(847) 587-7975 



JOHNSBURG RANCH, • 3- 
BEDROOM, 2.5 bath, fire- 
place, greatroom, finished 
basement, huge 3«car gar., 3 
season porch, nice yard, 

5255,000/neg. (815) 

344-6280. 

KENOSHA, WISC. 3216- 
22ND Ave., 2-bd„ brick, fuli 

bsmt., garage. Immediate 
occupancy. Nice area. BY 

OWNER $1 02,500. (262) 

843-3816. www.moreadin- 
fo.com/ad/80O019 

LAKE VILLA 25496 W. Leh- 

mann, 3-bd., 2-1/2 ba., 2- 
story, 2yr. new. Full bsmt., 
frpl., C/A, lakerights, 2-car 
gar., oak trim/doors, 
S229.900. Agent owner. (847) 

356-6779. 

LAKE VILLA F.S.B.O. Beauti- 
ful custom split level. Neigh- 
borhood pier on prvl. lake. 
Sunroom, floridaroom, fire- 
place, blt-in home office. 
5/min. to Metra Train. 10/min. 

to 1-294. S238.000. Info. & 

photos: www.forsalebyown- 

er.com 

code 10006605. (847) 

356-7503. 

LAKERIGHTS A GRAYS- 
LAKE SCHOOLS 3-bd., 2-ba. 
home. Masterbedroom has 2 
skylights, wooded double 
tot, close to shopping 4 

train, $1 47,900. (847) 
546-0262. 

LIBERTYVILLE AREA (UNIN- 
CORPORATED Green Oaks), 
brick 4-bd. 2-story on 2.2 acr- 
es. Professionally land- 
scaped, circle driveway, 2- 
1/2 ba., 2-1/2 car gar., fire- 
place in livingroom & family- 
room, hardwood floors 
throughout, marble in foyer 
and kitchen, formal dining- 
room, eat-in kitchen and fin- 
ished basement. Reason- 
able taxes. Asking price 

$459,000. (847) 616-3985. 
LINDENHURST ACROSS 

FROM forrest preserve. 4- 
bd., 2-ba. raised ranch, fin. 
bsmt., 2.5 car art., deck, C/A. 

Move-in cond. Millburrj S.D. 
Loads of upgrades/low taxes. 
Qualified buyers only, please. 

$203,990. (847) 356-7335. 

LINDENHURST BEAUTIFUL 
HOME less than 1yr. old 'in 
Country Place (South). 4- 
bd., 2.5 ba., bsmt, 2-car 
gar., fpt., sunroom, study, 
huge master suite & bath 
w/garden tub. Fenced yd., 
landscaping & gorgeous 
new brickpaver patiol Hard- 
wood floors, double oven, 
42* maple cabinets, every- 
thing upgraded with. 
3200sq.tt.l Owner's bit. 
dream home-being trans- 
ferred. S305.5OO. 494 
NUTHATCH WAY..CALL 
OWNERS (847) 245-4281. 
OPEN HOUSE THIS SUN- 
DAY 11-3. 

LINDENHURST CONDO 
F.S.B.O. 3-bd., 2*ba., 2-car 
gar., next to forest preserve, 
balcony, fireplace, all ap- 
pliances, $163,500. Country 
Place Sub. Shown by appt 

only. (847) 265-7252. 
LINDENHURST MILBURN 

SCHOOLS, 3-bd., 2-ba„ 
C/A, oversized tri-level, 2* 
tiered deck w/fenced-ln yard, 
brand new carpet. Applianc- 
es & window treatments 
stay. Conventional buyers 
only. $191,000. (847) 
356-5852. 



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LINDENHURST-COUNTRY 

PLACE Motivated sellers 
say 'MAKE AN OFFER." 
Fenced corner lot backs to 
bike path and open area, 
vaulted master br. with luxu- 
ry bath, extra storage in ga- 
rage, full basement with 
roughed in plumbing, 4-bed- 
roams, 2-1/2 baths, den. Ab- 
solute move-In conditionl 
Call today Jennifer Undgren, 

Starck & Co. (847) 
577-t990. 

MUNDELEIN 4-BEDROOM, 

3-BATH brick ranch, ♦ In-law 
arrangement, fully fenced 
yard. (847) 599-0705. 



MCHENRY-LEASE OPTION 
Spacious 4BR, 3BA, large 
kitchen, fam room w/frplc, 
full bsmt, 3 car gar, fenced 
yard, S1,275/mo. 847-438- 
0901 

MUNDELEIN F.S.B.O., . 5- 
BD., 3-1/2 ba., fenced yd., 
fin. bsmt., 3500sq.ft., built In 
1993. Low price for quick 
sale, $314,900. (847) 
812-7527. 

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MUNDELEIN WATERFRONT 

OPEN House Sun., 12-4. 
Greatroom w/frpl., gourmet 
kitchen, 3-bd„ 3-1/2 ba„ 1/2 
acre wooded lot. Asking 

$324,900. 21255 S. Sylvan 
Dr. Owner financing avail. 

(630)543-2147. 

NEW LOG CABIN on 3 acres 
with free boat slip and priv- 
ete lake access tennese 
mountains near 18 hole golf 

course 69,900 call 1-800- 
704-3154x234 

NORTHERN WISCONSIN, 

Executive ranch, F.S.B.O., big 
St. Germain Lake, Vilas Coun- 
ty, $409,000, 200ft. shore 
line, 2400sq.ft. home, 
acreage. Write for details: P.O. 
Box 97, St. Germain, Wise. 

54558. (715) 542-3345, FAX: 
(715)542-4345. 

OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 

B132GlnaDr. 

Racine, Wl. 

Lovely 4- bedroom colonial, 

only 1 hour north of O'Hare. 

Large familyroom with 

brick fireplace, spacious 

livingroom, dinlngroom 

with china cabinet, big 

kitchen 

with dinette. 

Ceramic tile & carpeting 

throughout, 1-1/2 baths, 

gorgeous wooded lot. 

1*94 exit Hwy. 20, north on 

frontage to Hwy. C, 

east 3-1/2 ml. to Ramona 

Dr. north to Gina. 

(262) 886-3502. 

Seller Motivated!! 

$166,900. 

PISTAKEE LAKE, CEDAR 

ISLAND SUMMER HOME 3- 

bd., frpl., Ig. Irvingroom, di- 
nlngroom, familyroom, boat 

house, deck, furnishings in- 
cluded. $159,500. (630) 
469-6930. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 

F.S.B.O. OPEN HOUSE 
SAT.-SUN, 1-5pm. 16 E. 
RUSTIC LN. Popular Ver- 
mont model in Country Walk, 
2-bd. + loft, 2.5 ba„ Ig. eat- 
in kitchen w/upgraded cabi- 
nets, flooring, and wnite-on- 
white appl., greatroom w/ftre- 
place, custom window treat- 
ments & blinds. White colo- 
nist trim & 6-panel doors 
throughout home, profes- 
sionally landscaped front 
and fenced in back yard 
w/16x16 patio, 2-car gar. 
w/extra storage. $147,900. 

(847) 356-7404. 



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ROUND LAKE 

290 S. Wildspring. 

Newer home in friendly 

subdivision off of Rt. 120. 

3br., 2.5 ba., close to train, 

park district and shopping. 

Priced to sell FAST 

$171,900. 

OPEN HOUSE, 

SAT-9anv1pm. 

SUN-noon-4pm. 

Call 24 hr. Info, line (BOO) 

689-9181 ext 258. View 

online: 

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ROUND LAKE BEACH 3-bd., 

2-1/2 ba., unfinished family- 
room. Basement is 
625sq.tt., w/rough in for addi- 
tional bath. Hunter ceiling 
fans, custom blinds & frpl. 
Remodeled master bath 
w/ceramic tite, additional 
lighting and custom shower 
door. 2-car Insulated and dry- 
walled gar. has 200v, gas 
and exhaust ready for heat- 
er. Oversize landscaped yard 
on corner lot. Lake Villa 
schools, close to train and 
shopping. Recently ap- 
praised at $170,000. Moving 
out of state. Asking 
$158,000/flrm. (847) 

452-8863. 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 
F.S.B.O. Tri-level, 3-bed- 

rooms, 2-1/2 bath, Lake Villa 
Schools, $185iWQfc»(B47) 
265-9577. 

whatsonthemarket.com 
Ad#4625. 




ROUND LAKE BEACH 

F.S.B.O. Cape Cod, 3-bd., 1- 
ba,, livingroom, dinlngroom, 
large kitchen, 3 season 
porch, detached 2-car gar, 
outside shed, on 3 lots, 

$127,500.(847)546-4428. 

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ROUND LAKE BEACH 

No Money Down 
Financing Available. 

Remodeled 3-bd. + 

offlce/den, 2-ba., 

fin. bsmt., 2-blocks to beach 

w/Iakerlghts. Move-In 

condition. $125,900. 

(847) 338-2630. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH RENT 
TO OWN 1989 ranch, 3-bed- 
roms, 1.5 baths, dinlngroom, 
C/A, 2-1/2 car att. gar., 
fenced backyard. Attractive, 
clean, comfortable. (847) 

362-9040. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH Spa- 
clous 4-bedroom, 1-ba. 
Cape Cod renovated, new 

carpeting, appliances, 1- 
block from beach, walk to 
train, school. Ready to move 
in. $85,000 Owner (847) 
223-8081. 



ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 

CAPE COD, 3-bd., 1.5 ba., 
180x75 lot, 2.5 car gar., nat- 
ural wood flooring, front and 
rear decks, many updates, 
Immaculate. $139,500. 

F.S.B.O. (847) 533-^304. 
ROUND LAKE PARK 335 

Grandview Large 3-bd., 1.5 
ba. home with gar. New car- 
pets. Recently remodeled 
throughout. Double lot, com- 
pletely fenced, across from 

Park. $128,500. (847) 
219-3106 will co-op. 

ROUND LAKE PARK 

F.S.B.O. 3-bd., new carpet & 
floors, fp„ 12x16 shed, deck, 
dog run, fenced yd., appl. 
Must see. $79.900/make off- 
er. (815)675-6075. 

ROUND LAKE, VALLEY 
LAKES SUB., 2yr. new 
home, 4-bd., 3-1/2 ba., par- 
tially fin. bsmt., deck, 2-car 
gar., Fox Lake/1 ngteside 
School DisL CtOse to beauti- 
ful lakes & shopping, 

$270,000. (847) 740-0657, 
cell (773) 914-2525. 

SALEM, WISC. 8629 235TH. 
AVE., F.S.B.O. Just North of 
the border, contemporary 1- 
1/2 story 1620sq.ft. in Mont- 
gomery Lakes Highland. The 
spacious greatroom has 
oversized windows, cathe- 
dral ceiling and stone faced 
floor to ceiling fireplace. 1st. 
floor laundry. The 3 large 
bedrooms all have walk in 
closets, 1st. floor master 
also has its own bath. A 
good sized kitchen 
w/hickory cabinets over- 
looks, the greatroom. The full 
basement is partially fin- 
ished. $175,000. (262) 
843-1321. 

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ranch on large professionally 
landscaped lot, familyroom 
w/firepiace, master suite with 
luxury bath and walk-in clos- 
et, full basement, 2-car att. 
•gar. Fremont Grade School 
ar)d Mundetein High School. 
No agents please. Asking 

$299,900. (847) 546-8487. 

WAUKEQAN 
128 DORCHESTER CT., 

$145,000Vbest. 

3-bd., 2-ba. ranch, updated 

everything, immaculate, 

fin. bsmt. wmeated floor. 

(847) 625-8014. 




Homes For Sale 



THREE LEVEL TOWN- 
HOUSE IN WADSWORTH 
GOLF COURSE COMMUNI- 
TY, exc. Gurnee Schools, 2- 
bds. (ea. w/full bath), 1/2 

bath on main level, fireptace, 
2-car gar., C/A, washer/dryer, 
refrigerator & window treat- 
ments stay. OPEN HOUSE 
OCT. 6 & 13, 11am-2pm. 
2579 N. Augusta Dr. All 
other vlewlngs by appt. 

$170,000. (847) 599-1328. 
TREVOR, Wl. 26625 115th 

St. 4-bd., 3-ba., large deck 
w/Gazebo, $134,900. (262) 
862-9967 by appt. 

TREVOR, WISC. FOR SALE 
BY OWNER Perfect starter 
home. 3-bd., 1-ba., wood 
floors, newer: roof/wind- 
ows/doors, nicely land- 
scaped, good schools, low 
taxes, huge garage, 
$105,900, Call for appt. 

. (262) 862-7032. 

TWO ACRE HORSE PROP- 
ERTY Beautiful all brick 
ranch w/full basement 3-bd., 
2-full ba., fireplace, deck, 
more. 6 stall barn w/elec. & 
water. Large hay shed, 4 
turnout paddocks. Low tax- 
es. Beach Park Schools. 

$19B,500/best. (847) 

231-4677, (847) 668-2708. 




Homes For Rent 



WAUCONDA 
SADDLEWOOD 

3yrs. new, 4-bdr., 2-1/2 ba., 

3-car gar., 2-story on 
premium 1/2 acre cul-de-sac 
location. 1st. II. features LR„ 
DR., famrmVfp, kit., den/stu- 
dy, sunroom, Idryim+direct 
entry gar,, English basement 
w/9tt. ceilings, plumbed for 
full bath & fireplace! Home 
warranty. Marge (630) 582- 

1777 
J.S. Realtors. 

WHY RENT? 100% financ- 
ing available. Save those 
"Hefty* security deposits. Re- 
alize the American Dream of 
Home Ownership. Little to no 

$ out of pocket) 1-888-220- 
2912. 

W1SJ1LL BORDER CUSTOM 

2-story 3-bedrooms w/bpnus 
room, 2-1/2 baths, formal di- 
nlngroom, country kitchen, 
full basement, 1-1/2 car at- 
tached, 2-1/2 car detached 

garages, wrap around front 
porch, decks galore, 24' 

round pool. All on .99 acres. 

$229,000. NO REALTORS. 
(262) 857-6938. 

WONDER LAKE 2-BD., 1- 

ba., remodeled home, vault- 
ed ceilings, open fir. plan, 
bsmt, 2.5 car gar., double 
lot, water rights! $114,900. 
Call Christine Hauck (815) 
385-6063 Century 21 Care 
Real Estate. 

YORKVILLE, Wl. (RACINE 

Cty.), 5210 * Crystal Ln. 
Wooded privacy on 1.5 
acres 14 min. N of the bor- 
der. 4-bd„ 2-story with 2-£5 
car garages, frpl., deck, 
bsmt., rec. room, alt season 
room with vaulted cedar ceil- 
ing and skylight. Many ma- 
ture oaks, maples, pines, 
etc. Excellent schools! I-94 
to Hwy, KR exit, west 1 mile 
to Crystal Ln., north to prop- 
erty. $269,000. (262) 
598-8426. 

ZION 12YR. NEW BEAUTY, 

3-bd., 2-ba., fenced back- 
yard, A/C, heated 2-1/2 car 
gar, new shed, Ig. deck. A 
must seel Asking $182,500. 
(847) 746-9647. 

ZION 2908 BETHEL BLVD. 

Brick 3-bd., 2-full ba., living- 
room/fireplace, familyroom, V 
car brick detached gar. 
w/Floridaroom, carport, lot 
80 , x200\ stove, ref., W/D, 
draperies. $163,000. (847) 
748-5017 




ANTIOCH WATERFRONT, 
LAKE MARIE, updated top 
floor duplex, 3-bd., 2-ba., 

$1 ,275/mo. (847) 

362-1899. 

QRAYSLAKE 

3-bd., 2-ba. home. 
Fenced yard, A/C, base- 
ment, 2-car gar. Walk to 
downtown. NO PETS. 
2/mo. sec., $1,250/mo. 
(847) 362-5600. 

ROUND LAKE PARK S-bed- 
room home, 2-ba the, fenced 
back yard, ' garage, 

$115,000.(630)830-5761.. . 



QRAYSLAKE 2-BED., LG. Irv- 

Ing/dlnlngroom, W/B/F, 

bsmt., attic. Hrdwd. floors, 
hot water heat, deck, huge 
yard. $750/mo. + sec. 350 
Ivanhoe Rd. Call Dan (773) 
710-4558. 

INGLESIDE NEWER 

3BR/2BA house w/att. ga- 
rage. No pets. C/A, $1,200 
plus sec. dep. 847-587- 
2983. 

ISLAND LAKE WATER- 
FRONT 2-bd. home, large 
lot, 2-car gar., $1,200/mo. 
Available immediately. (847) 
381-3846 after 6pm. 

PADDOCK LAKE, EXECU- 
TIVE 2-story home, on 54 
acres, overlooking pond, 4- 
bd., 3-1/2 ba„ 4460sq,h\, 3- 
fi re places, In ground pool, 
gazebo, 30x40' barn w/box 
stalls, $3,000/mo. (262) 694- 
3440 ext. 373. 

ROUND LAKE PARK 5-bed- 

room home, 2«bath3, fenced 
back yard, garage, 

$1,200/mo. (630) 830-5751. 

TWIN LAKES, WISC. 3-bd, 

house w/large pool. Must 
seel Vaulted ceiling, fpl., 
dishwasher, C/A, $995/mo, 

(262) 537^4410. 

WHY ARE YOU RENTING? 

Mortgage payments will be 
less than your rent payment. 
Everybody gets a home. No 
down payment home loans 
available. No costs consulta- 
tion. Call Tom Ischkum. 847- 
605-8287. 




FOX LAKE DUPLEX CON- 
DO., 2-bd., 1-1/2 ba., irving- 
room, den w/hardwood floor, 
loft with laundry, 2-car gar., 
all appliances stay, 

$149,000.(847)587-2810. 




move 

In cond. Remodeled, tri-level 
twnhse. 3-BR, 2.1 BA, eat-In 
kitchen, FR, DR, bale & deck/ 
patio. Clubhse, tennis court, 
pool, & pvt beach inct. Near 
train/shops. $1,250/ mo. Call 
Bob 847-489-1360 for appt 

FOX LAKE COMMUNITY 
WATERFRONT TOWN- 

HOME 2-bd., 2.5 ba., gar., 
frpl., all appl., many up- 
grades, pier on Pistakee, by 

owner, $134,900. (847) 
587-7891. 

See: (orsalebyowner.com 
id#10009143. 



QRAYSLAKE SUPER 

SHARP 2-bd. townhome, 2- 
1/2 ba., 'all appl., neutral. 
$144,900. Immediate. 

Florence Emiing, ReMax 
Center, 1 -800-21 1-RELO. 



INGLESIDE TANNERON 

BAY SUB., on water w/boat 
slip, 2-bd.4(oft, tin. walk-out 
bsmt, 2-1/2 ba., all new appl. 
stay, A/C, gas fireplace, 2-car 
gar., lots of extras. Low 

$200'S. (815) 344-2374. 



ISLAND LAKE REMODELED 

3-bd., 1-1/2 ba. Townhouse. 

Neutral decor, low-low as- 

soc. fee, walk to elementary 

* school, $123,000. Call for 

appt (847) 487-4270. 



ISLAND LAKE TOTALLY re- 
modeled townhome, 3-bd., 1- 
1/2 ba., fireplace, dining- 
room, brand new appliances 
stay. 627 Nantucket Way. 

$124,900. (847) 526-2428. 



LIBERTYVILLE CONDO 
AVAILABLE NOW; $1,075 

mo. 2-BR., 2-BA, all appls., 
dose to train & shopping. 
(847) 318-1208, pager. 



LIBERTYVILLE LUXURIOUS 
TOWNHOUSE, beautiful lo- 
cation, against woods, 2-bed- 
room, 2-1/2 bath, loft, vaulted 
ceiling, skylights, and great 

upgrades, .$179,900. (847) 
549-6860. 

LINDENHURST WONDER- 
FUL 2-bd., 2-ba Townhouse 
in Falling Waters Sub. Up- 
graded 42in. cabinets, 6- 
panel doors, upgraded car- 
pet, recessed lighting, ceil- 
ing fan, all appl. included, 
neutral, dean, bright A must 
see. $153,900. Call Platinum 
Realty Group (847) 

913-1 




Condos 
Townhomes 



MCHENRY - FOR SALE BY 
OWNER, WATER'S EDGE 
CONDO. 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 

New water heater, carpeting 
and more. Conveniently lo- 
cated near schools, shop- 
ping and Metra train station. 
Call for an appointment, 
eves. 

•••S113,000 M# 
(615) 363-7273 

MUNDELEIN F.S.B.O. 2-BD„ 

2.1 ba., 1-car gar., end unit 
townhome, fireplace, vaulted 

ceilings, $156,000. (847) 
970-9018. 

PALATINE, IL. 

UlocatJon, (Kitten, leatlenfl 

Why rent when you can 

own? Beaut, countryside, 
low-rise condos. Close to Rt. 
53 & Woodfield Mall. This 

charming 1st fl.r end-unit 
condo w/a 1 car gar. & stor- 
age area has 2 Ig BR's, 1 
BA, & a recently remodeled 
kit. w/all new appls. Open 1 
of 4 sliding doors & step out 
onto your beaut., spacious 
patio or maybe you want to 
entertain your guests while 
sipping refreshments at pool- 
side & enjoying the many ac- 
tivities at the clubhse. All 
this & much, much, more for 
only •$115,000* Call to 
schedule an appt. for a pri- 
vate showing todayl (847) 

991-4173 

WAUCONDA BEAUTIFUL 

END unit ranch in lovely 
Lakepointe. 1425sq.ft. main 
level has 2-br., 2-ba., profes- 
sionally decorated, all ap- 
pliances included, Hunter 
Douglas blinds stay. Full fin- 
ished basement has third 
bedroom with walk-in doset, 
third bath, wet bar with built- 
in fridge, berber carpeting, 
separate storage and work- 
shop areas. Immaculate con- 
dition. Beautifully land- 
scaped, wooded location. 
Beach, pool, marina. By own- 
er, S209.0OO. (847) 
526-6886. 

WHY RENT AN APART- 
MENT WHEN YOU COULD 
RENT A TOWNHOME with a 
2-car gar.,Gumee schools, is 
less than 1 -mile from the toll- 
way, 5-miles from Gumee 
• Mills and 10-minutes from 
Hawthorne Mall for only 
$1,350/mo, + utilities? Form- 
er model with tons of up- 
grades, 2-bedrooms, 2.5 
baths, sunken Ihringfoom, all 

appliances. Available 11/15. 
Call now, this won't last long. 

(847) 855-7868, (847) 721- 
0699. 




1976 SKYLINE MOBILE 
HOME, 2-bd., Ig. kitchen & 
bath, newer appliances, new 
carpet, deck. Just Reduced 
$14,0007best. Cambridge 

Park. (847) 973-1129, (847) 
546*1675. 

1995 16X80, 3-BD., 2-ba., in- 
cludes refrigerator,- stove & 
dishwasher. Eager to sell. 

$37,500. (262) 697-7948. 

A MUST SEE ROUND LAKE 
AREA MOBILE HOME 
F.S.B.O. 2-bd„ completely 
remodeled floor to ceiling, 
new windows, doors, fur- 
nace, 18.50OBTU A/C, all ap- 
pliances, celling fans, sky- 
lights, 2 sheds, Ig. deck, 

$15,000/firm. (847). 

740-9476 leave mess. 



BEACH PARK DOUBLE 

Wide. 3-bd., 2-1/2 ba., fami- 
lyroom w/fireplace, sunroom, 
central air, shed. 

$48,000/best. (847) 535- 
I7,m (647) 625-9036. 



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DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE 
HOME 3-bd., den, eat-in 
kitchen, 2 : ba., Jacuzzi In 
masterbath,* gas frpl., formal 
dinlngroom, all appl., cov- 
ered carport, deck 4 shed, 
$59,900. 9002 Sheridan Rd., 
Kenosha, Wise., Lot #202. 
(847) 223-7066. 

FLORIDA, EXTRA LARGE 

Mobile Home, 2-bedrooms, 2- 
bath* on 1 acre, 100% pure 
air, 40 miles from Daytona 
Beach. $36,000 as is. Furni- 
ture included. Heat/air condi- 
tioned. (773) 763-0610. 

MOfilLE HOME 2000' 16x70 

2-bd., includes appliances, 
central air, shed, garage. 
Must see. Nice park. 

$52,000. (262) 248-7258. , 




Mobile Homes 



KENOSHA 1991 Liberty, 24 
X52 dble wide, 2Br, 2Ba (1 
w/ skytt), kit w/skytt, all new 
carpet, Irg. shed, C/A, all 

appls stay $34,500 262- 
697-5674 

KROPF MOBILE HOME 
1977, 70x14, 2-bd., fire- 
place, C/A," shed and new 
deck, all appliances, Whea- 
tland, Wl. $12,500/best. 
Days (847) 838-0889, eves. 
(847) 587-8173. Ask for 

John. 

MOBILE HOME 3-BD., 2-1/2 

ba., fireplace, central 
heat/air, skylights, two 
decks, 1-car gar,, fenced in 
yard with garden, beautiful 
country setting on corner lot. 
$69,900. Carefree Estates, 
Trevor, Wise. 30 min; to 
Navy Base. (262) 862-9486.. 

MOBILE HOME ON Lake 

Zurich lakelront, quiet wood- 
ed area, 2-bd., 1-1/2 ba., 

large deck, A/C, gas heat, all 
appliances stay, must see. 

$47,000. (847) 726-1986, 
(847) 438-5262. 

MOBILE HOME-BURLINQ- 
TON, 1977 14x70, 2-bd., 1- 

ba., 3-season porch, storage 

shed, new roof, hot water 
healer, furnace, fridge & dry- 
er. Range & washer induct- 
ed. $14,900. (262) 767-0965. 

MODULARS • DOU- 

BLEWIDES-SINGLEWIDES- 

1LLINOIS LARGEST DIS- 
PLAY OF MODEL HOME! 
FOUNDATIONS, BASE- 

MENTS, GARAGES," SEPT- 
ICS. WE DO IT ALL1I FREE 
STATEWIDE DELIVERY 

AND INSTALLATION. RILEY 
MANUFACTURED HOME. 
800-798-1541. 

NEWER MOBILE HOME. 
Must see. Take over pay- 
ments. (262) 492-3907. 

NORTH AMERICAN 1990 

1 ffXao 1 , 2-bedrooms, 2-baths 

with garden tub in master 
bath, new deck and dish- 
washer, carpeting, $37,900. 
(262) 321-0034 after 3pm. 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

WALK TO EVERYTHING 

LOCATED IN AN OVER 55 

COMMUNITY 

•1 -bedroom, 1-bath, 
$29,900. 
•1 -bedroom, 1-1/2 bath 
$34,900. 

•2- bedroom, 1 -bath 

$59,500. 

•2-bedroom, 1-1/2 bath 

$43 500. 

•2-bedroom, 1 -3/4 bath, 

$52,500. 

'3-bedroom, 2-bath, 

$49,900. 

Some indude carports, 

sheds, screen room, ' 

decks, garages. 

.(847)526-5000 

leave message. 




Apartments 
For Rent 



ANTIOCH 2-BR. DUPLEX 

apt., new carpet, fresh paint, 
porch a Ig. yard. $890/mo. 
ind. ut. Available now. Leh- 
mann Realty Service (847) 
395-7997. 



CANTERBURY COURT 

APARTMENTS 

267 E. Grand Ave. 

Fox Lake 

2-bd., 1-ba., 1st & 2nd floor 

available, S675/mo., security 

deposit required. No pets. 

2-car parking restriction. 

Credrtcheck. 

Call Trudy (847) 167-1111 

DeBRULER COMPANY. 



FOX LAKE 24R. t carpeted, 
laundry, free parking, securi- 
ty intercom, dose to trans- 
portation, no dogs. (815) 

363-0640. 



FOX LAKE WATERFRONT 
CLOSE to train station, very 
good view, 2-bd., $850/mo. 
CaU Moon (847) 223-0993. 



QRAYSLAKE 2ND FLOOR, 

2-bd., A/C, cable available. 
NO PETS. $620/mo. in- 
cludes heat & water. Lease, 
sec. dep. req. (847) 

223-2745. 



QRAYSLAKE IN TOWN 2* 

bd., t-ba., washer/dryer In 
unit, carpet, appl., dose to 
everything, plenty of parking. 
Avail. 1^/1. NO PETS. 



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GURNEE/WAUKEGAN 
NORTH SHORE 
APARTMENTS 

At Affordable Prices. 

Spacious. 

Luxury Living. 

Elevators. 

On Site Staff. 

Good Location. 

Easy to Toll Roads. 

IMPERIAL TOWER/MANOR. 

(847) 244-9222. 

LAKEVIEW 'TERRACE 

APARTMENTS LAKE VILLA, 

Large t & 2 bedrooms, $695- 
S8l5/month. Heat, water, air 

included. (847) 356-5474. 

LOVELY 1-BEDROOM DU- 
PLEX APT,, on quiet 18 

acre wooded estate. In- 
cludes ref., range, dishwash- 
er, washer/dryer, gar., carpet- 
ed, blinds, balcony, A/C, 
heat included, S850/mo. Lo- 
cated on North side of 
Gages Lake Rd., 1/2 mi. W. 
of Almond. Immediate occu- 
pancy. NO PETS. (847) 

223-2161,(847)223-5518. 

N.E, WAUKEGAN BEAUTI- 
FUL 1-BR apt., totally remo- 
deled and furnished, heat in- 
cluded, S655/mo + sec dep, 
1 yr lease. (847) 244-0840. 

RICHMOND NEW APT for 

rent, 2-bd., incl, washer/dryer 
only unit. Avail. Nov. 1st. 
$700/mo., 1st. mo. sec. 

(847) 875-7823. 

ROUNO LAKE 

Rosewood Apartments 

1:2-3 Bedrooms. 
(847) 546-6800 

Moderate Income Housing. 

LIBERTYVILLE SPACIOUS 
3-BEDROOM, 2-BA apt. 

close to downtown, no pets 
or smokers, adults preferred, 
available Nov. 1st. 

S1 ( 2007mo. (847) 

367-6262. 

WAUCONDA 1-BD. APT., 

heat/hot water included, 
S625/mo., lease, sec. dep., 
rel. NO PETS. (847) 

433-0891 



WAUCONDA 

New 2-bd., 2-ba., 

attached 1 -car gar. & 

attached 2-car gar., 2- 

units. NO PETS. 

Absolutely Beautiful. 
S895/mo each unit, 2- 

untts available immediate 

ly. Sec. dep. required. 

(847) 524-0420, 
(847) 526-5000. 



WAUCONDA 2-BD. APT., 

newly decorated, heat & hot 
water included, S675/mo, 
Lease, security dep., ref. No 
pets. Available immediate- 
ly. (847) 433-0891. 

WHEELING, PROSPECT 
HEIGHTS, NORTH- 

BROOK, 1 or 2 bedrooms, 
heat included, from $675/mo, 

(847) 358-8643. 




NORTH CHICAGO Directly 

across from Abbott, room- 
mates wanted. Females pre- 
ferred, non-smoking/non 
drinking, no kids. $400/mo., 
S50 credit check, (847) 599- 
0705. 

SWF SEEKING ROOM- 
MATE to share 3-bd. home, 
in Gurnee, Ig. yard, 2-car 
gar., safe neighborhood, 
S5Q0/mo + 1/2 utilities. (847) 
625-0997. 




Apartments 

For Rem 



WAUCONDA CONDO, 2BR, 

2BA to share w/ non-smok- 
ing. No pets, $400/mo + 1 

mo sec & 1/2 utlls. 847- 
274-0929 




SLEEPING ROOM FOR 

RENT, near CLC, S3007mo. 

223-4313. 




Business Property 
For Side 



BAR & GRILL Salem, Wi., 
Kenosha County 2.400sq.lt., 
building, large kitchen, with 
large bedroom & bath 
above. 2-1/2 car garage. 
Plus 3 bedroom, 1,B00sq.ft., 
raised ranch home on 2 7/8 
acres. New well & sewer. Ask- 
ing S350.000. For pic's see 
http://www.moreadlnfo.com 
Click on real estate. Click on 
commercial. E-mail 

tssch@busynet.net (262) 

843-3153. 

BEAUTIFUL BAR & 

RESTAURANT on the 

CHAIN-O- LAKES. 

Almost 2 acres of commer- 
cial lakefront. Serious inqui- 
ries only, please! 

(847) -370-1220 

HOUSE PAINTING BUSI- 
NESS, established 4 trucks 
and equipment. Excellent 
Naperville warehouse loca- 
tion. 5200,000 + gross. Ab- 
sentee owner asking 
S75,000/best. Financing 

available. (630) 420-1514. 

SNACK SHOP In Chain 
O'Lakes. Established busi- 
ness. Owner will train. Must 
sell. Other interests. 

$1 5,000., (815) 344-4769 

leave message. 



VERMONT- 
For Sale by Owner. 

Country living to the full- 
estl Longest rnning Gener- 
al Store in VT. Aliened 
4BR Irg home. $450k. 
802-899-3313 




Business Property 
For Rem 

GRAYSLAKE DOWNTOWN 

4.000SQ.FT. retail, negoti- 
able. 765sq.lt. office, 
S700/mo. Call Chris (847) 
548-3320 ext. 14. 

LAKE IN THE HILLS, IN- 
DUSTRIAL SPACE FOR 
LEASE. 4600sf, 14' clear, 3 

drive-in doors & loading 
dock, $2,200 per month. 

(847)381-1234 



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Corporate Center 



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Rt. 12 Superior 7416 S.F. 
" 2887/mo GROSS! For 
lp, Industry or liusiiicss. 600 
Vtf S.F. a/c OFC Dock. Oil door, 
NVI 17' ceilings in a quality 
landscape setting. 



Land Mgmt. 
815/6784771 




WAREHOUSE 6.000SQ.FT., 

WITH office, loading dock. 

S2,400/mo. (847) 

356-3229. 




Apartments 
For Rent 



Beautiful, Bright, Spacious, Affordable 

Senior Housing 

for 62 year olds or better 

Brand New 1 & 2 BEDROOM APTS. 
Access Controlled Elevator Building 

Amenities include: 

• Laundry Facilities 

• Community Room w/ Fireplace 

• Library 



Must see to appreciate 



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Call Tiffany Rd Apts. 
893 Tiffany Rd., Antioch, IL 

773-989-8000 I 

for more information i 



WAUCONDA MAIN STREET, 
3,000sq.lt., w/parking lot. 

(847)487-5153. 

WAUCONDA Offices. Avail. 
Immediately 330sq.ft.- 

1O00sq.ft. Very nice, private 

rest room & break room. In- 
cludes utils, heat, A/C and 
electric. S295/mo. 

S595/mo. + sec. 

Call (847) 526-5000 

. leave message. 





Investment Prope 



Antoch: 2 unit brick duplex, 
full basements, corner lot, 
each with single car garage. 

$239,000. 847-356-5032 

after 5pm. 

FOX LAKE, BEAUTIFUL 5 

flat, panoramic view of lake, 
double deck patio, base- 
ment, S365.000. (847) 

498-1418. 




Farms 



166 ACRES RICHMOND- 
MCHENRY COUNTY some 
woods+pond site. Priced to 
sell at $7,000/acre. Broker 
participation welcomed. 

(847) 336-0670. 

INCOME PRODUCING 

HORSE FARM, Salem, Wise. 
12.43 ACRES ADJOINING 
STATE PARK (13 miles 

horse trails). 2 barns, stalls, 
10 pastures/paddocks, all 
oak fencing with sheds in 6 
pastures. NEW 100x210 out- 
door arena, 2 tack rooms 
and more, 5-bedroom 
house, fireplace, skylights, 
garage 'all at the end of a 
dead end road, $519,000. 

(262) 537-2262. 
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Vacant Lots 
Acreage 



BUILD YOUR DREAM house 

on beautiful waterfront proper- 
ty in Paddock Lake, Wise. 

Sewer and well already in. 
Large new dock. Reduced 

$119,900. (262) 652-0279,; 
24622 74th ST., PADDOCK f 
LAKE. 

FOR SALE 80 Acres, ' 
Kenosha County, 21 acres 

Prime Development property, 
wooded with pond. Qualified 
buyers call 262-877-8309 
or E-mail 
markwegner@msn.com 

FOX LAKE 5-1/2 acres wood- 
ed lot, many oak trees, in 
great area, on water to Chain, 

city water & sewer, 

St 69,000. will finance. (847) 
567-3386. 

LILYMOOR OWNER LIQUI- 
DATING Reduced S9.100, 
only SI 9,900 cash. 70'x102' 
lot, Southwest corner North 
Boulevard & Dale Ave. Walk 
to lake. (805) 373-8988 after 
9am California time. 

LOOKING FOR A LOT? 1 

acre lot, Spring Grove, S2.000 
down, no interest or payments 
for 18 months or will discount 
for cash. Call owner (815) 

678-4228. 

LOT FOR SALE 2.14 acres. 

lots of pine trees. Top of hill, 
can see for miles. 1 mile 
Northwest of Waterford. 

$85,000. (262) 534-4903 

after 5pm. 

ONE ACRE LOT, Nippersink 

Estates, high nd dry, Big Hol- 
low Schools, secluded area 
of fine homes, your builder or 
mine, S60.000. Toni or Tami 
at Edwards & Co. (847) 
587-1200. 




Apartments 
For Rent 



VACANT LOTS NEW sub., 

Fox Lake, 3 lots left, re- 
duced $3,000, sewer & wa- 
ter, owner financing till 
Spring. Free excavafing for 
bsmt. till April. Ideal tor walk- 
outs, S46,500/ea. (847) 
587-7008. 




GOT A CAMPGROUND MEM- 
BERSHIP OR TIMESHARE? 
WE'LL TAKE IT. ALSO TIME- 
SHARE RENTALS NEEDED. 
AMERICA'S MOST SUC- 
CESSFUL 'RESALE CLEAR- 
INGHOUSE, RESORT PROP- 
ERTY RESALES. 1-800-423- 
5967 TOLL FREE. 

PANAMA CITY BEACH 

Sandpiper Beacon Resort. 
From 539 (1*2p. arrive 
Sun/Mon - FREE night. Re- 
strictions). Pools, river ride, 
suites, bar, Jacuzzi, parasail- 

Ing. . 800-488-8828. 

www.sandpiperbeacon.com 




out or 

Area Property 



ASSUME PAYMENTS 

S99.39/MO. on 5 Ozark 
Mountain Wooded Acres, 
near Hardy, Arkansas. 
Spring River Access. Excel- 
lent hunting/fishing, tall 
trees, good County Road. 1- 

800-349-7806. 

FIVE ACRES IN BEAUTIFUL 
ALAMOSA, COLORADO, 
$5,000. (847) 546-9266. 



FLORIDA 

For rent by owner. 

Lakefront cottage, 3 BR, 
2 BA, fully furn in Key- 
stone Heights FL. For 
rent by week or month. 
Call 352-473*4736 



LAKE SUPERIOR - Crash- 
ing surf, breathtaking 

views, privacy and seclu- 
sion In a pristine setting. 
Few remaining 10 acre 
lakefront parcels within an 
exclusive development 

near college town of Mar- 
quette. Caretaker, paved 
road, underground utilities. 
Priced at $148,000 to 
220,000. Fall foliage is 
peaking. Now is the time 
to visitllt Call owner at 
(906) 892-8500 or email: 
amyinup@aol.com 

MI-ID-01-0722 

WISCONSIN 206 ACRES, 

118 acres rolling farm land, 
61 acres hardwoods, mostly 
oak, 27 acres of swales. Ot- 
tawa Township, Waukesha 

County. (920) 699-2759, 
(715)445-4834, 



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MUST SELL (2) Cemetery 

Plots in Highland Memorial 
Park Cemetery. (847) 

356-8244. 




Real Estate 
Warned 



NEW COMPANY IN AREA 

NEEDS EXECUTIVE TYPE 

HOUSES FOR 

LEASE/OPTINTOBUY. 

(630) 268-7908. 

WANTED TO BUY COMMER- 
CIAL PROPERTY Our auto- 
mobile business is looking 
to relocate in Lake County. 
We need office space with 
parking for 30 cars. And if 
possible, a garage for auto- 
mobile maintenance. Please 

call (847)' 549-0020 or (847) 
541-6840. 




Now Renting! 
1, z, (i 3 bdrtn apartments 



Oakridge Village Apartments 

..,, 299 Oakridge Ct., Antioch 




Offering affordable housing for 
qualified applicants. 

Wheelchair accessible, 1 bedroom. 
Managed by Meridian Group, Inc. 



Call today! (847) 395-4840 
(800) 526-0844 TDD 



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1982 24FT. KAYOT PON- 
TOON BOAT, includes chairs 
and O/B motor, $4,500. (847) 
395-8637. 

DODGE 1992 RAM 250, 20ft. 

Motorhome, fop rated, Pleas- 
ure Way, self-contained, 
raised roof, A/C, TV/anten- 
na, oak trim, beautifully up- 
hotsteed, EC in/out, 17mpg., 
many upgrades. Price re- 
duced. (847) 336-3535 Wau- 
kegan. 

ISLANDER MOTORHOME 
1970, 23ft., 5700/best, (847) 
838-4909, (847) 644-1240. 

MOTORHOME 1997 36FT. 

Bounder w/slide, 26K ml., 
S/S refrig. w/ice maker, wash- 
er/dryer (new), rear camera, 
awnings, Hyd. levelers, 2 
TV's, VCR, many extras. 
Exc. cond. (we bought a 
Park Model). $52,900/best. 

(847) 838-1 497. 

MOTORHOME HOLIDAY 
RAMBLER, 32'; loaded, 454 
Chevy engine, 18,000 ml., 

S41 ,000/best. ' (847) 

356-7475, (847) 938-5942. 

MOTORHOME ITASCA 27\ 

18,600 mi., $16,900. (815) 
648-231 6. 

TRAILER 1996 HIQHLINE, 

39ft., 2-slideouts, loaded, 
$13,000. Located in Gages 
Lake. (312)618-7001. 




Snow-mobiles/ 
ATV's 



1990 SKIDOO MACH I, 

good condition, very fast, 

$1,300.(847)201-1532. 

POLARIS 1996 SNOWMO- 
BILES Trail Indy (2), fully 
equipped, electric start, Tri- 
ton trailer, $6,750/best. 

(815)385-0685. 

SNOWMOBILE 1998 XLT 

SP 600cc, Triple Liquid 
Cooled, Agressor Hood with 
custom cover, 2600 miles, 

$3,300. Call Tony (847) 
668-2667. 




Boat/MotorVEtc. 



1991 BAYLINER CAPRI 

20ft., 120hp. Marine Force 
Engine, rebuilt last season. 
Interior clean. New: prop, 
bilge, blower, ignition, speak- 
ers. Snap down mooring cov- 
ers, trailer, $5.900/best. (847) 
526-1290. 

1996 REGAL 222SC 

CUDDY 5.7 Merc, full can- 
vas, fully loaded, Shorelan- 
der trailer, good cond., low 
hrs., $1 7,90,0. (847) 

973-0832. 

199B GSX LIMITED WA- 

VERUNNER, only 30hrs. 

1992 XP 2 place trailer, 

many exlras. Must sell. Call 
for more info. (847) 217- 

1492,(262)889-4604. 

2000 BAYLINER CIERA 
26.55 DX/LX w/warranly, 5.7 
Merc. EFI, full gaily. A/C unit, 
under 100hrs., mint cond., 
Sacrifice, owe $42,000. As- 
sume payments. (847) 

838-0 1 02. 

CHRIS CRAFT 1991 25FT. 
MACH I, I/O, w/454 BB en- 

gine. $20,000. Serious inqui- 
ries only. Call after 5pm. 

(847)903-6909 
CHRYSLER 1978 SAILBOAT 

26ft., retractable fiberglass, 
5,500lbs., 1989 Yamaha en- 
gine, 9.9 outboard, steeps 2, 
comfortable day sailer or 
weekend cruiser, $6,000. 

Call Linda (847) 336-1538. 

Cuitom Boat Lettering 
Discount price* 

Call 847-587-7256 



ONE YEAR OLD SELDOM 
USED 220 TRINIDAD 24FT. 
PONTOON w/custom cover, 
Johnson 40hp w/TNT, Shore- 
land'r Trailer, plush leather 
couches, interchangeable 
leather chairs, for fishing or 
socializing, AM/FM cas- 
sette, asking $11,500. (847) 

546-9766. 

WELLCRAFT 1987 18ft. 

Bow Rider, Mercruiser I/O, 
130H.P. engine, ' canvas 
top, mooring cover, trailer 
& extras. Very good condi- 
tion. ••$4,500" or best ott- 
er. (847) 395-5590 

WELLCRAFT 24' FISHING 

BOAT 1976, Calkins trailer, 
new drive, trim tabs, tires 
and deck wash, $5,000. 

(847) 855-2899. 




AMERICAN CLASSICS 8FT. 

•finest custom made" oak 
pool table In new condition 
w/plng-pong top ad all acces- 
sories. Only $1,200. (847) 
265-0337. 

BENELLt BLACK EAGLE 
SHOTGUN 2-3/4' & 3" 12 

gauge, 5yrs. old, $600/best. 
Call Matthew (815) 

675-1192. 

ROSSIGNOL 65" DOWN- 
HILL SKIS, Salomon Series 
700 bindings, 42' Scott 
poles, Salomom Optima 
boots-size 9-1/2. Very good 
condition; used only 1 sea- 
son, $300/ best offer. (815) 
385-6757. 




Cars for Sale 



1979 BMW RUNS good, 
needs work, $6,000/best. 

(847) 336-6340. 

1995 BMW 318ti ( 1 -owner, 
74K, $11,000. 1993 VIL- 
LAGER 130K, $5,500. 
(847)816-0317. 

1997 HONDA CIVIC EX, 4- 

dr., AT, A/C, sunroof, cruise, 
$9,600, emerald green, 
VTEC engine, (847) 

688-3680, ext. 7251?" 

FORD 1999 ESCORT WAG- 
ON, fully equipped, exc. 
cond., 1 -owner, 75,000 mi., 
asking $6,900. Tom or John 

(847) 249-2330. 

1999 PONTIAC GRAND 

PRIX GT, 4-dr., exc. cond., 
black, Bose speakers, CD 
player, power sunroof, load- 
ed! S16,000/best. Call 
Jason (847) 949-0578. 



HONDA'S From $500! 

Police Impounds 

FOR LISTINGS CALL 
(800)319-3323 x2292 

CADILLAC 1976 SEDAN 

DEVILLE, safe student car, 

5700/best. (847) 973-8355 

before 9pm. 

CADILLAC 1987 FLEET- 
WOOD, great car, 160K, 
asking S2.500. Call Ken 
(847) 395-5248, cell (837) 
366-9403. 



CADILLAC 1992 

DEVILLE, leather 

very good 

S5,000/best. 

417-8119. 



SEDAN 

interior, 

cond,, 

(847) 



CADILLAC 1996 DEVILLE, 

dark green, new tires/bat- 
tery, 56,000 mi., Northstar 

engine. Loaded. $14,000. 

(B47) 587-5723 after 3pm. 
CHEAP TRANSPORTATION 

TEN to choose from. Price 

S1,000-$2,000. Call (847) 
361-4970 for details. 

CHEVY 1987 SPRINT 450. 4- 
person hot tub, $1 ,800/both. 

(847) 223-7865. 



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CHEVY 1964 CORVAIR, 4- 

dr., like new, low miles, 

S4.500. 1986 EAGLE WAG- 
ON, 4WD, grt. body, needs 
engine work, $700. (262) 
877-3309. 

CHEVY 1988 CAMARO 
CONVERTIBLE low miles, 
exc. cond., new brakes, 8- 

cyl., $6,100/firm. (847) 263- 
2013 days, (847) 244-0002 

eves. 

CHEVY 1995 CAMARO 22B, 

automatic transmission, 
power windows, power locks, 
cruise, power seat, CD play- 
er, Mops, silver, 72K ml., 
$9,800/best. (847) 

973-1282. 

CHEVY 2000 MALIBU black, 
fully loaded, 510,900. (847) 
973-0832. 

CLASSIC QUARTER PANEL 

SALE. Mustang, Camaro, 
Nova, Chevelle, Cutlass, Mo- 
pars, Pontiac, Chevrolet, 

morel TRUNK PANS, FLOOR 
PANS, DOORS, FENDERS, 
BUMPERS. New and Califor- 
nia Rust Free. MARX- COAT- 
INGS: CHROME, POWER, 
CERAMIC. 217-824-6184. 

ECLIPSE 1997, DESPER- 
ATE TO SELL, EXC. cond., 
Blue Book $11,000. Make 
offer. Call Denise (815) 341- 
1165, (815) 344-3141,' 

please no calls after 9pm. 

FORD 1977. LTD WAGON 

400C.I., 400hp, C-6 trans., 
2200 RPM stall, asking 
$1,500/best. (847) 

838-2861. 

FORD 1993 TAURUS GL, 4- 

dr., automatic, 90K miles, 
V6 3.8 engine, runs and 
works good, $3,400/best. 
(847) 625-9040 after 6pm. 

GRANDMA'S CAR 1992 

Olds Delta 88 Royate.'only 
74K, gar.- kept, super clean 
& reliable. Blue Book 
$5,200, yours for only 

$3,995. (847) 395-0822. 

HONDA 1990 ACCORD EX, 

146,000 mi., well main- 
tained, new exhaust and 
brakes, $3,900/best.,- (847) 

223-1167. 

LAKELAND IS OPEN 
24 HOURS ' 

If you need to place an ad in 
Classified, call us at 

(847)223-8161 ext. 191 

and leave a message. 

We will get back to you by 

the next business day. Or 

you can fax our 24-hour fax 

line at (847) 223-2691. 

MERCURY 1987 MARQUIS 

4-dr„ good cond., 85K ml., 

S900/best. Mary or Tina 

(847) 672-0310. Serious 
callers only. 

MERCURY 1989 COUGAR 

XR7 Super charge, door, 

$2,500. (847) 838-6850. 

PLYMOUTH 1990 GRAND 

VOYAGER LE, S1,300/best. 

160K, average cond. (847) 

356-8857. 

PONTIAC 1986 TRANS AM, 

many* new parts. Must seel 

$3,950. Cell (847) 331-6493. 
PONTIAC 1990 GRAND AM, 

good runner, meets emis- 
sions, S1,000. * (262) 
857-2148 after 6pm. 

PONTIAC 1992 BONNE- 
VILLE SSE, blue, exc, 
cond., fully loaded, sunroof, 
leather interior, 13Bmiles, 

$8,000/best. ■ (847) 

548-0956. 

AUTO AUCTION 

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 

SALVATION ARMY 

Every Saturday, 9am. 
Over 150 cart, boats, camp- 
ers & motorcycles to be 
sold weekly 
to the highest bidder 
' el no reserve.- 
Opening bid $100. 

(847)662-0100 



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SATURN 1997 SL2 56K ml., 

auto., A/C, P/S, P/B, electric 
sunroof, ' keyless entry, 
am/fm cassette, exc. cond., 
$5,700/best. (847) 

265-3756. 



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Cars for Sale 



SUBMIT YOUR LAKELAND 

CLASSIFIED ADS ON THE 

INTERNETI 

Visil http://www.lpnews.com/ 
to place your ads conven- 
iently. Ads appear on the In* 
ternet, in all Lakeland Pa* 
pers... The Great Lakes Bui.* 
letin and The Market Journal 
for only $23.00 tor 4 lines 
(approximately 16 words), 
then only .60c for each addi- 
tional line. 

TOYOTA 1990 CELICA GT, 

86.000 miles, 5-spd., A/C, 1* 
owner, looks/runs great, 

$4,500. (847) 869-3597. 





Classic/Antique 



CHEVY 1967 CAMARO SS 
396, 461 big block, 4-spd., 

90% restored, SI 0,000. 

[847) 487-8 438. 

Service & Parts 




CHEVY 396 PARTS, cast 

oval port heads, new cast 
crank, rods and pistons, 

$450/best. (847) 596-2945. 

FORTY YEAR OWNED 
AUTO REPAIR SHOP SELL- 
ING SOME 
EQPMT. & MISC. ITEMS. 

Must have cash. 

Call Stan 24hrs7day 

(847) 356-7979. 

WHEELS ORIGINAL OEM 

Alloys, Mags, Steel, Rally. 
New & used (no repaired 
wheels). Quality inspected. 
Great prices. Nationwide de- 
livery. Buy, sell, www.acker- 
wheel.com 1-800-994-3357. 




Vans 






CHEVY 1971 CAMPER 

VAN, runs great, everything- 
stove, refrigerator, table, 
turns into a bed. Great for 
hunting. $1,200/best. (847) 
336-6340 ask for Don. 




CHEVY 1989 SPORTS VAN, 

all power, tow mileage, 

$2,500. (847) 546-2456. 

CHEVY 1989 VAN, runs 
good, $2,000. (847) 
526-1678. 



CHEVY 1997 ASTRO green 
exterior, gray Interior, 
4WD, A/C, AM/FM stereo 
cassette, cruise, good 
cond., $11,000/best as is 
(847) 740-6914 alter 6pm. 



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MERCURY 1993 VILLAGER 

VAN, black, loaded, sunroof, 
leather seats. Exc. cond., 

$4,000. (847) 223-8899. 




Sport Utility 
Vehicles 



1980S 4WDS, PLOWS, au- 
tomatics, big tires, 3-pick- 
up's, 1*shortbed, 4-Blazefs, 

$1,950-$3,950. '97 Saturn 

SL2; '87 Thunderbird Turbo 
Coupe. '88 Toronado. (847) 
395-2669. 

ATTN. HUNTERS 1980 

Chevy 3/4 ton 4x4, some 
rust, many new parts, 

$2,600. (262) 843-3405. - 
CHEVY 1991 S-10 4dr., 4x4 

Blazer, exc. cond. In/out, 

$5,000. (847) 688-0728. 
FORD 1997 EXPLORER 

SPORT, V6, 42K miles, exc. 
cond., $15,800. (847) 
223-4277. 

GMC JIMMY 4X4 1991, 2- 
dr., full 'power, great interior, 
rough exterior. Good work 
truck or winter transporta- 
tion. $1,200/best. (815) 
385-6989. 



JEEP 

SPORT, 
soft/hard 
8,000ml., 
Eves. (847) 
5pm. Days 
Ask for Tim. 



j WRANGLER 
6-cyl., auto., 

top, loaded, 

$20,00O/best. 

336-1793 after 

(847) 938-5147. 




Tracks/Trailers 



CHEVY 1984 CONVER- 
SION/WORK VAN, heavy 
duty ladder rack, complete 
rebuild 30,000 miles ago, 
too many new parts to list. 
$1 ,000/lirm. (847) 

201-1439. 



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CHEVY 1989 4WD 1*ton 

dump truck w/8' Western 
snow plow. 350 engine, 
auto, trans., w/lock-out hubs, 
Electric hydraulic hoist, 

$10,000.(262)694-0287. 



CHEVY 1995 S-10 PICKUP, 
cab, power steering/brakes, 
auto., air, 110,000 miles, 
runs great, 1 -owner, just 
passed clean air test; 
$4,000/best. (847) 

360-1 658 evenings. 

CHEVY 1996 S-10 PICKUP, 

extended cab, auto., air, 
bedliner, 21. 5K ml., 
$10,000/best. (847) 

913-8330. 

CHEVY ' 1996 TRUCK 

CK2500 4x4, very good 
cond., $10,000/best. (847) 
606-5177. 



DODGE 1997 RAM 1500 
Series with 10" lift kit, 39* 
tires, $21 ,500/best. (847) 
856-0534. 

FIBERGLASS TRUCK CAP, 

fits Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, 
Isuzu, Mitsubishi short bed 
pickups, good shape, $250. 

(847)362-1231. 

FORD 1967 QALAXIE 500, 

2 -dr., hardtop, complete res- 
toration in 1999, 

$4,250/best. (847) 

606-5177. 



FORD 1966 8000 SERIES 6 

wheeler dump truck, 3208 
Cat dlesel engine, Fuller 13- 
spd. trans., $17,000. (262) 
694-0287. 






FORD 1994 F-150 4x4. V6, 

88,000 ml., good cond., 

$5,900.(847)356-1568. 



CLASSIFIEDS 




Trucks/Trailers 



FORD 1993 F-150 XLT 4x4, 

5.0 V8, HD auto, trans., origi- 
nal owner, nice condition, 

$7,500. 1995 FORD CON- 
TOUR GL, V6, loaded, 

$4,000.(847)587-1179. 

FORD 1995 F-150 Mint condi- 
tion, low' miles, new tires, 
A/C, Dura liner and cap in- 
cluded. Make otter. Hurry 
and call (847) 800-7468 be- 
fore the repo man does. 

FORD 1997 F-150 PICK-UP 

4x4, loaded, . very clean, 
$15,500/best. (815) 

385-0685. 



FORD 1997 F-150 XLT, Ex- 
tended Cab, 4.6L, V8, air, 
cruise, tilt, P/W..P/L, fiber- 
glass cap, new tires, exc. 
cond., $13,000. (847) 
223-8853. 

Magnetic Signs with 

Custom Lettering 

1B-X12" 
From $70. per pair 
Call 847-587-7256 

MUST SELL 20FT. Wells 
Cargo Consession trailer, 
fully loaded, ex. cond. Call 
for details (815) 385-9395. 



NISSAN 1993 PICK-UP 
TRUCK KING CAB, 5-speed, 
exc. cond., works and runs 
like new. $4,900/best (847) 
625-9040 after 6pm. 



SILVERADO 1999 V8, 4WD, 

A/C, only 25,000 ml. Asking 
$17,500. Please page (847) 

333-7275. 




TOYOTA 1998 TACOMA EX- 
TRA-CAB SRS. 2-dr.. 5-spd.. 
<35K mi., exc. cond., orig. 
owner, asking $10,900. 

(847) 473-3440. * 

Truck Lettering 

Discount Prices 

Call (847)687-72S6 



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Heavy Equipment 




Housekeeping 



1975 IHC SEMI TRACTOR 

MODEL '2070, good body 
parts, 290 Cummins dlesel, 
Fuller 13-spd. trans., 411 
rear ends, wet kit, air assis- 
tance steering, good 5th 
wheel, $2,500. (262) 

694-0287. 

FOR SALE POWER SHIFT 
MASSEY FERGUSON 40. 
Good running tractor. (262) 

534-2268. 







Motorcycles 



2000 HARLEY DAVIDSON 

ROAD KING 12,000 mi., 
straight pipes, $2,500 worth 
of chrome and accessories, 
removable windshield and 
backrest Extremely clean, in 
great . condition, 

$19,500/best. Days call 
(847) 937-3143, eves. (847) 
530-8975. 

2001 SUZUKI GSX750, only 
100 miles, perfect shape, 
$6,800/best. Call Randy 

(847) 609-9427. 




Concrete/Cement 



WEATHER AND EMERGEN- 
CY repairs of barns, 
houses and garages. Call 
Woodford Bros. Inc. for 
straightening, leveling and 
foundation repairs. Free 
estimates 1-800-Old Bam. 
www.1-800-OW-Barn.com 




Handyman 



DON'S HANDYMAN SERV- 
ICE No job too small. Call 
(847) 223-7838. 



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JOBS 



INQFOR __ 
Carpentry 

Electrical 

Plumbing. 

No Job too big or too small. 

FREE Estimates. 

Fully Insured. 

(847)587-5151, 

(815)578-8511. 



"SQUEAKY CLEAN" 

CLEANING SERVICE Com- 
mercial, Residential & Con- 
struction Clean up. (847) 
740-2482. 

DEBBIE'S CLEANING 
SERVICE 

FREE Estimates. 

Reasonable rates. 

Anywhere, anytime. 

20yrs. exp. 

(847) 263r721 6. 

BETH'S CLEANING EXPERI- 
ENCED CLEANERS DO you 

have no time to let your 
house shine? Free esti- 
mates & reasonable prices 
for a job well done. Call Beth 

(847) 838-1 351 . 

HOUSEKEEPING 

Residential, small offices. 

Weekly, Bi-weekly. 

Insured & Bonded. * 

References Available. 

Jenny (847) 420-7173. 

NO TIME TO CLEAN 
BUT. WANT THE JOB DONE 

RIGHT? 

I clean while you're at work. 

Weekly/BI-weekly. 

Very thorough, honest, 

dependable homeowner. 

Excellent references. 

(847)546-3759. 




Landscaping 



LANDSCAPE SERVICES 

1 
. SNOW REMOVAL 

•Commercial Snow Plowing 

•Brick Pavers 

(Walks and Drives) 

•Retaining Walls 

(Block, Boulder & Timber) 

•Irrigation. 
(815)759-9717. 

NATURAL LANDSCAPING 
ENTERPRIZES 

Fall clean ups, 24 hour 

snowplowing, tree & shrub 

planting. Last minute 

sea locating. 

FREE estimates 

(847)740-3382. 




Landscaping 



S. HERNANDEZ 
LANDSCAPING 

•No Job Too Smalt 

'Quality Workmanship 

•Mowing 

•Tree Trimming 

•Flower Beds 

•Tree Planting. 

'Free Estimates 

•Fully Insured. 

Silverio Hernandez 

Round Lake, III. 

(847) 546-461 7 or 
(847)721-4617. 




Remodeling 



DC TILE WE We install ce- 
ramic, vinyl tile,- Parquet, 
and Pergo floors. For free es- 
timates call (847) 395-0777, 
pager (708) 988-8504. 

JACKS 
REMODELING 

•Basement Finishing 

•Familyrooms & Officerooms 

•Electrical & Plumbing 

•Kitchens & Baths 

•Vinyl Replacement Windows 

•Soffit Fascia. 

FREE ESTIMATES 

(847) 546-3759. 




Storage 



STORAGE IN COMMER- 
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